Tonight, the Knicks beat the Toronto Raptors by a score of 131-118. The Knicks came out gunning. They managed to hit six of eight three point attempts in the first quarter, along with 13 of 22 field goal attempts. Melo hit three straight 3s in the first, and Toney Douglas also found his range hitting… More
Due to a very impressive second half, The New York Knicks were able to defeat their cross-river rivals, The New Jersey Nets. Chauncey Billups knocked down a pair of free throws to seal the deal after Deron Williams missed a fairly open jumper with just less than ten seconds to play.
FINALLY! Carmelo Anthony put it best: Tonight was a must win game for New York after previously losing six straight games. Melo also added that he needed to perform at a higher rate if his new team was going to be successful.
Boy does it suck to lose. These Knicks are really in a funk right now… Someone needs to become the leader of this team before it is too late. On the floor, it looks like the players have given up in Mike D. He REALLY needs to get the players back under his control, and… More
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Tonight was all about the three-ball. As a team, the Knicks were able to hit 20 threes, which tied a team record. Not only did the team tie a record, but Toney Douglas tied Sprewell and Starks with nine threes in a single game.