If the Knicks just could've held on in Game Three, it might've been a diff...nah, we can't even say it. They would've been dropped in six, instead. It's not like they were dominating either. It was just a sloppy game, the type that champions win on the road to glory, and not so good teams, well, you get the picture. The game hung in the balance until, despite having more turnovers and fouls than buckets, LeBron eventually took over down the stretch in the fourth. The Knicks were on their last legs, and the King was dancing in the middle of the ring. Y'all remember what happened after Game Two, right? The Knicks probably could've used another hand out there, too.