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IC Cold Links: Recappin' A Garden Fresh Loss

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Here are a few links of interest from the Pacers loss in which Nate Robinson kept all five boroughs in stiches:

  • Bruno's Inside the Game LIVE and Postgame Report.
  • Mike Wells reports on the missed opportunity for the Pacers and Jim O'Brien's frustration with the lack of execution on the late out of bounds play.

    "We ran a back screen for Jarrett, he didn't cut and Jeff didn't call a timeout," O'Brien said.

    Jack obviously wasn't on the same page as his coach.

    "Maybe I should have saw (the back cut), but he didn't draw it up going to the rim," Jack said. ". . . We had trouble getting open. Jeff thought somebody was going one way, he threw it up there. They were able to get a steal and convert a layup."

  • Pacers Notebook has JOB considering Mike Dunleavy's season over and Travis Diener's aversion to turnovers.
  • Marc Berman reports on Nate Robinson shaking and baking his way to a huge night for the Knicks.
  • The Knicks and Stephon Marbury meet with an arbitrator today which, considering the Jamaal Tinsley situation, should be interesting. On a side note, Mike D'Antoni is skipping the Knicks practice today so he can testify. Why not change the practice time?
  • Frank Isola reports on Will Farrell inspiring Nate to a big performance.
  • Howard Beck doesn't forget Robinson's key interception to seal the win for the Knicks.
  • Posting and Toasting will take the win despite the way the Knicks struggled against the depleted Pacers.
  • Mike Wells vents a bit in his Pacers Insider post on Jim O'Brien's brief post-game comments. Mike also raises a valid point about the officiating in the second half. I'm so used to the lopsided calls I don't even think about it anymore.
  • The current issue of Dime Magazine has a feature on Danny Granger. Here's a preview.