Ready to Send Off 2 Players, Knicks Let Game Get Away – New York Times

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New York Times
ATLANTA — As the ball went up for the opening tip at Philips Arena on Saturday night, Cole Aldrich draped his left arm over the back of the folding chair next to him. It was empty. Aldrich, a reserve center with the Knicks, had ample room to stretch out on the
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