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Julius Randle, Knicks come alive in OT to beat Hornets and keep No. 4 seed in play

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NEW YORK — The Knicks handled their business again. Now they wait. The dream of a fourth seed is still alive after New York toppled Charlotte in overtime on Saturday afternoon, 118-109, as Julius Randle recorded a spectacular triple-double (33 points, 13 assists and 10 boards) and left the arena to ‘MVP’ chants. The Knicks (40-31) have won 15 of their last 19 games but still need help to avoid the sixth seed. If the Heat lose to the Bucks on Saturday or the Pistons on Sunday, it opens the door for New York to host the Hawks in the first round as the fourth seed. If not, the Knicks are likely h…

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