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 NEW YORK (AP) -Toronto forward Chris Bosh has returned to the lineup against New York after missing five games because of a sprained right knee.
Bosh was hurt in the fourth quarter of a loss to the Los Angeles Lakers on Feb. 4 and withdrew from the All-Star game. He was cleared to play after coach Jay Triano said he had a good practice Thursday.
Friday night was the first time Bosh was able to play alongside forward Shawn Marion, who the Raptors acquired from Miami during All-Star weekend.
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