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Game 79 - Knicks @ Nets - Friday, April 8, 7:00

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Friday's meeting with the Knicks means nothing to the Nets when it comes to the standings or draft picks, but it actually means a lot when it comes to the all-time head-to-head matchup.

With their win at Madison Square Garden last week, the Knicks took a one-game edge, 82-81, in the all-time series. And if they win Friday, the Knicks will have swept the Nets in the season series for the first time since 1998-99 (3-0), and for the first time in a non-lockout-shortened season since 1990-91. The Nets have swept the season series twice (2001-02 and 2006-07) since then.

The Nets are expected to provide an update on Deron Williams' status Friday morning. The same goes for Kris Humphries, Damion James and Anthony Morrow. The Knicks, who have won five straight games, might be without Amar'e Stoudemire (sprained ankle) and/or Chauncey Billups (thigh contusion), who suffered injuries in Wednesday's win in Philadelphia.

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  • New York Knicks Game Notes - New York Knicks
  • Getting Inside - New Jersey Nets - Sports Xchange
  • Getting Inside - New York Knicks - Sports Xchange
  • Knicks-Nets Preview - Brett Huston - STATS
  • Knicks give Nets their last shot at redemption this season - Colin Stephenson - Star-Ledger
  • Cal to the bullpen - Peter Vecsey - New York Post
  • Nets can expect boo-dacious fans - Fred Kerber - New York Post
  • Melo's living in 3-point zone - Marc Berman - New York Post
  • It's Deron as Brooklyn Bridge - Ebenezer Samuel - New York Daily News
  • 'Melo's a three-spirit - Frank Isola - New York Daily News
  • Nets hope to silence Knicks and their fans - Al Iannazzone - The Nets Insider
  • Knicks banking on Toney Douglas for playoffs - Steve Adamek - The Record
  • Melo becoming dangerous from downtown - Alan Hahn - New York Newsday