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NEW YORK
— If the Knicks are going to make the sort of postseason run they hope to make beginning in April, they must improve their perimeter defense.

Chris Paul became the latest quick point guard to victimize the Knicks when he went for 25 points and seven assists in the Clippers’ 102-88 victory over the Knicks Sunday at Madison Square Garden.

Paul joins a long list of speedy and talented point guards who have caused major problems for the Knicks recently, including John Wall of the Wizards, Kyrie Irving of the Cavaliers, Ty Lawson of the Nuggets, Kirk Hinrich of the Bulls, Jrue Holiday of the Sixers and Jeff Teague of the Hawks.

“We gotta get better at it,” Knicks center Tyson Chandler said. “I don’t want to point the finger at anyone, especially at the perimeter guys. I don’t want to point the finger at…my perimeter guys. We…

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