Today in Knicks History- The Dunk

With less than a minute to go and the Knicks clinging to a three-point lead in Game 2 of the 1993 Eastern Conference Finals, Knicks guard John Starks explodes baseline and rises to the rim against Horace Grant and a late-arriving Michael Jordan.

Starks keeps rising and then flushes an emphatic left-handed dunk that sent the Garden crowd into a frenzy.

New York won the game, 96-91 to take a 2-0 series lead, but would wind up losing the next four and the series.

 

To date this is one of my favorite individual plays in Garden history.

Topics: John Starks, New York Knicks

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  • Scott Davis

    Gotta be one of the best dunks in NBA history. This is up there with Game 7 against the Lakers with Reed hobbling out and Clyde putting up a a ridiculous stat line – 36 points, 19 assists, 7 rebounds – to win the championship. And of course, Larry Johnson’s 4-point play

  • buccos12

     @Scott Davis All 3 great moments.  I still love Houston’s runner to beat Miami as well

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