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Vote For The SB Nation NY Player Of The Week

It's Monday morning, which means it's time to vote for the SB Nation New York Player of the Week. Last week, Jeremy Lin won for the fourth consecutive time. He may have lost out to LeBron James as the NBA Player of the Month but he's surely the New York Player of the Month. This week, his New York Knicks went 1-1, the New Jersey Nets 2-1, the New York Rangers 3-0-1, the New York Islanders 2-1-1 and the New Jersey Devils 1-2-1. Here are the new nominees. Vote now!

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Deron Williams: The Net point guard put on a one-man show on Sunday night, setting a franchise record by scoring 57 points in New Jersey's 104-100 win over the Bobcats. He's the sixth Net to score 50 or more points, and he also set a team record by going 21-for-21 from the free-throw line. He somehow found the time to add seven assists in the game as well. Williams scored 12 points with 12 assists in the win over the Mavericks on Tuesday and had 12 points and eight assists in the loss to the Celtics on Friday.

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Steve Novak: The three-point sharpshooter has been causing a mini insanity of his own at the Garden. He went wild in the win over the Cavaliers, nailing five threes and scoring 17 points, as the bench led the way in the comeback victory. In the loss up in Boston, he hit four three-pointers and finished with 14 points.

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Marian Gaborik: The Rangers' leading goal scorer did what he is paid to do this week, which is, of course, score goals. In the four games this week, Gaborik netted three goals (and added a pair of assists), and has scored five in his last six games. He has 32 for the year, giving him seven seasons of 30-plus goals, and 40 is in his grasp, which would be his third time reaching that mark.

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Josh Bailey: The 22-year-old left wing scored four of his 10 goals on the season just this week. Bailey had one on Tuesday, two on Thursday and another on Saturday, helping the Islanders nab five points in four games.

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Zach Parise: The Devils' captain showed why he's the heart and soul of the team in Friday's 5-0 walloping of the Capitals. He recorded his second career hat trick, and soon after got sandwiched by a pair of Caps. He left the game in a haze but came back to briefly play at the end. Parise also scored a goal in the overtime loss to the Bruins on Thursday, giving him four for the week.

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Jeremy Lin: We'll keep listing him until he loses. In the two games, Lin scored 19 points with 13 assists (against Cleveland) and 14 points with five assists (against Boston).

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