Melo’s 19 fourth quarter points and strong second half defense gives the Knicks their 20th win.
Carmelo Anthony had a great return after a two-game absence from a lacerated finger to drop 34 points, 6 rebounds and 2 steals on his old Denver Nuggets team to help New York remain the league’s only undefeated home team at 8-0.
Y’all should’ve listened to Chris Bosh said over the summer the Knicks were a threat…
Is running with the second unit best for Amar’e?
The Knicks needed to get refocused. New York did just that against the lowly Detroit Pistons yesterday, fueled by Carmelo Anthony’s 29 points and good contributions from Raymond Felton, JR Smith, Tyson Chandler and Steve Novak to notch another blowout and maintain a perfect 5-0 record at Madison Square Garden.
The Knicks embarrass themselves in Houston.
Another game, another double digit win for the Knicks. The offense wasn’t exactly on fire, but the Knicks defense, forcing 19 turnovers and nabbing 9 steals, held the Pacers to 76 points (the lowest the Knicks have held a team this season) for a 12 point victory.
The Knicks small frontcourt and rebounding issues were exploited last night by the Grizzlies, who handed NY their first loss of the season.
Knicks go all orange for Christmas against the Lakers. Yay or nay?
Iman Shumpert drops a new track with Chrisette Michele.