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Tuesday / June 25.
  • http://web.sny.tv/media/video.jsp?content_id=25582833


    Special to ZAGSBLOG

    NEW YORK – 
    The way Raymond Felton sees it, the 12 games he missed from Dec. 26 to Jan. 24 with a fractured right pinkie finger were more than enough. If the 28-year-old Knicks point guard can help it, he won’t be missing any more time this season.

    So, when Felton took a knee to his right pinkie from Samuel Dalembert late in the third quarter of a 96-86 win over the Milwaukee Bucks on Friday evening, it didn’t take long for him to decide what his mindset was after the initial pain subsided.


    Ennis St. Ben'sNEWARK — The streak is over.

    In the unofficial New Jersey state championship game, Syracuse-bound point guard Tyler Ennis scored 14 points and Pitt-bound forward Mike Young had 13 as St. Benedict’s Prep ended St. Anthony’s 83-game winning streak, 47-38, in the Newark National Invitational at  the Prudential Center before a crowd of 4,349.

    “It’s great,” Ennis said after receiving MVP honors. “[St. Anthony] gave us our first loss [last year], so for us to give them their first loss is just revenge in our hearts.”

    NEW YORK — Moe Harkless
    returned to New York as an NBA player this week and it wasn’t the triumphant return for which he had hoped.

    The former St. John’s star went 0-2 in games against the Nets and the Knicks, including Wednesday’s 113-97 loss to the Knicks at Madison Square Garden in which Harkless went 1-of-5 for six points and three rebounds in 36 minutes.

    “It was exciting,” the Queens native told SNY.tv following the game. “Unfortunately, we didn’t get the win but it was a good experience. I can’t wait to come back.”

    Keith Frazier, a 6-foot-5 unsigned shooting guard out of Dallas Kimball, will visit SMU officially beginning Saturday.

    SMU plays future Big East rival Houston on Saturday afternoon.

    “He likes the coaching staff, it’s close to home and he would be able to make an impact right away,”  Erven “Big E” Davis , Frazier’s mentor, told SNY.tv.

    “He loves Coach [Larry] Brown and the team has a chance to be an [NCAA] Tournament team next year with the guys they have returning and the transfers who are sitting out.”

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