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Will the REAL Hedo Turkoglu please stand up! Is he the lazy, out-of-shape, pizza-eating slob who huffed and puffed his way through the first half of the season? Is he the offensively talented swingman who was getting to the rim at Madison Square Garden last night? Or is he just the arrogant guy who gave the greatest post-game interview ever?

According to Elias Sports Bureau (via ESPN's Daily Dime), last night was the first time this season that an NBA team's two starting forwards each recorded at least 25 points and 10 rebounds in the same game. The last pair of starting forwards to do that? Chris Bosh and Shawn Marion on April 13 at Washington.

T.Jose Caldeford's Chris Black examines The Bargnani Factor.

For more on last night's game, check out Knicks blog Posting and Toasting, as well as Raptors Republic.

The Globe and Mail's Michael Grange is enjoying the Raptors' run.

Bosh tied Vince Carter and Roberto Alomar for most consecutive all-star appearances by a Toronto-based professional athlete.

TrueHoop's Henry Abbott on why Carter sucked last night.

Los Angeles Clippers fans are the NBA's most loyal.