Monday, November 07, 2005


Warriors finish off Knicks / Richardson's clutch shooting keeps Brown's team winless from
Pressure, it seems, is a matter of perspective.
Jason Richardson couldn't seem to buy a free throw against the Knicks on Sunday, but give him the ball in crunch time with Warriors down by one, the shot clock expiring and Stephon Marbury in his face, and Richardson was good to go.
His 28-footer with less than four minutes to play was the decisive basket in the Warriors' 83-81 victory over the Knicks at Madison Square Garden. It also was a reminder from Richardson amid the Baron Davis hoopla: Don't forget about me.
'Anytime you get a big shot like that and have your team go up, it's huge,' Richardson said. 'I just took a shot ... and luckily, it went in.'


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