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Chris Childs checks on an injured Alonzo Mourning after Mourning went down in a mad scramble for a ball. AP
Guard leads Knicks to another series win over Miami
After six seesaw games, the Knicks and Heat entered the fourth quarter of Game 7 tied at 65. Then Chris Childs became the next unlikely hero for New York. After the Heat hit their first three shots to go up by six, Childs scored his team's first 10 points of the period to keep New York in the game and allow the Knicks to advance to their third straight Eastern Conference Final against the Pacers.
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New York's big three finally put it all together as the Knicks rallied to even the series.
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Jeff Van Gundy's car was totally demolished after an accident involving the Knicks' jet.
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Dan Majerle scored 10 of his 16 points in the fourth quarter to lift the Heat.
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Coach Pat Riley and owner Micky Arison are dismayed that so many fans cheer for the Knicks.
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Guard Charlie Ward led New York in scoring and other categories not found in the stat box.
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