Knicks ‘out-muscled and out-hustled’ in rock fight with Heat

The Knicks had the opportunity, for the first time in their unexpectedly strong season, to climb three games over .500. They had a chance to win their fourth straight for the first time in over a calendar year. It looked good for New York until halftime, despite the paucity of offense. But then Jimmy Butler turned to alpha dog and the Knicks couldn’t counter, falling Monday night to the Heat, 98-88, without much of a fight in the second half. In the words of birthday boy Clyde Frazier, who turned 72 on Monday, the Knicks were out-muscled and out-hustled. Butler finished with 27 points over jus…

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