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Morning Coffee! Knicks Have Won Four Straight

Good morning, New York sports fans! Plenty of sports to talk about on the day before Thanksgiving.

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  • Break up the New York Knicks! The Knickerbockers have now won four straight games after holding off the Charlotte Bobcats Tuesday night, 110-107. So what if the victories have not been against the league's best competition.
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  • New Jersey Nets' coach Avery Johnson challenged his team's leaders, Brook Lopez and Devin Harris, and both came through Tuesday in a 107-101 overtime victory over Atlanta.
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  • The New York Yankees have thrown a high and tight fastball right at Derek Jeter's chin, telling the iconic shortstop to "test the market" if he thinks he can find a better deal than the three-year, $45-million they have reportedly offered him. Memo to Derek: Nobody else will pay that kind of money.
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  • Terry Collins stirred images of Tug McGraw and the "You Gotta Believe" Mets of yesteryear during his introductory press conference Tuesday, even if he didn't do it on purpose. "It can happen. You have to believe it," the new Mets' manager said when asked about the team's chances of winning the 2011 World Series.
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  • The New York Giants, with a wide receiver corps decimated by injuries, have signed former Tampa Bay first-round pick Michael Clayton. This guy is an enigma who never reached the stardom it appeared he was headed for.
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