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So many story lines to watch during Sunday's Mavs/Knicks national TV matchup: Carmelo Anthony's anticipated return ultimately being postponed another day; the Phoenix glory days reunion with Amar'e Stoudemire, Mike D'Antoni and Shawn Marion; Dirk Nowitzki's chance to prove he really does deserve an All-Star berth; Jason Kidd and Vince Carter playing on the Madison Square Garden court for perhaps the final time in their respective careers; Tyson Chandler seeing his former Dallas teammates for the first time since they won a championship together; NYC native Lamar Odom playing in front of his hometown crowd; and newly-signed J.
You may have seen this on ESPN last night or caught it on SportsCenter this morning, and even if you did, it's worth another look.
As much as ESPN hyped the head-to-head matchup between Dwight Howard and Andrew Bynum before last night's Magic/Lakers game, you would've thought that, you know, Bynum had actually done something to earn space on Dwight's marquee.
The best team in the NBA against the worst.