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Published on Jul 26, 2006
The Garden faithful had watched this scene unfold too many times, especially at the hands of Michael Jordan and the Chicago Bulls. The clock showed 1:26 remaining and the Knicks had already blown a 14-point third quarter lead when John Starks instantly became a part of New York sports lore. Flashing around a Patrick Ewing screen, Starks drove baseline and exploded to the rim. Horace Grant and Jordan be damned, Starks rose to the rafters inhabited by past Knick greats and threw down a vicious, lefty tomahawk jam over both. An incredulous Garden crowd erupted at the sight as Starks bounded down the court forever a legend.