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Knicks beat Spurs 94-90 to salvage finale of homestand

Latrell Sprewell was back in the building and so were many other former Knicks.

Then the current team pulled out a defensive performance from its past.

Carmelo Anthony scored 25 points and New York salvaged the finale of a tumultuous five-game homestand by beating the San Antonio Spurs 94-90 on Sunday.

Two nights after yielding 131 points in a dismal defensive performance against Denver, the Knicks limited the Spurs to 36 percent shooting and didn't let them reach 70 points until fewer than 8 minutes remained.

"That's great to watch. That's the right way to play basketball," Knicks coach Jeff Hornacek said.

Sprewell returned for the first...

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