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Melo, Knicks start fast before holding off Lakers

Melo, Knicks start fast before holding off Lakers

ESPN.com nydailynews.com Updated Dec 13, 2012
Carmelo Anthony scored 22 of his 30 points in the first quarter, and the New York Knicks held on after he departed with a sprained left ankle to beat the Los Angeles Lakers 116-107 in coach Mike D'Antoni's return to Madison Square Garden.
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  • Knicks' Anthony leaves with sprained left ankle

    Knicks' Anthony leaves with sprained left ankle

    nba.com ESPN.com Dec 13, 2012
    Knicks forward Carmelo Anthony sprained his left ankle in the third quarter and was not expected to return to the game against the Los Angeles Lakers.
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  • LeBron, Kobe lead All-Star voting

    LeBron, Kobe lead All-Star voting

    nba.com ESPN.com Dec 13, 2012
    LeBron James and Kobe Bryant are the leading vote-getters, while Jeremy Lin has a chance to bring Linsanity to the NBA All-Star game.
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  • The Houston Rockets Singing "The Dreidel Song" Is Sim…

    The Houston Rockets Singing "The Dreidel Song" Is Simply Fantastic

    deadspin.com Dec 13, 2012
    When paraded one after the other, it's really easy to see which Houston Rockets were ready to bring the Hanukkah spirit and which ones were sorely lacking. (Good job, good effort there, Jeremy Lin.) More »
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  • James Dolan, according to Madison Square Garden lore, had to be…

    James Dolan, according to Madison Square Garden lore, had to be told who Fmr. Attorney General John Ashcroft was

    yahoo.com Dec 13, 2012
    It is incredibly easy to feel good for New York Knicks fans, as their team races out to a superb 16-5 record as they prepare to take on the Los Angeles Lakers Thursday night at Madison Square Garden. Not only did Knicks fans have to sit through the unea…
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  • D'Antoni clarifies: 'No bitterness' toward Knicks

    D'Antoni clarifies: 'No bitterness' toward Knicks

    ESPN.com nydailynews.com Dec 13, 2012
    Mike D'Antoni says coming to New York in 2008 to coach the New York Knicks wasn't a bad thing -- but leaving Steve Nash and the Phoenix Suns was.
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  • Knicks' Smith Is on the Up

    Knicks' Smith Is on the Up

    nytimes.com Dec 13, 2012
    J. R. Smith is giving the Knicks some quality minutes.
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  • Video - Carmelo Injured In Knicks' Win 01:09

    Carmelo Injured In Knicks' Win

    Dec 13
    Knicks hold off Lakers, 116-107.
  • Video - TrueHoop TV: John Hollinger 05:20

    TrueHoop TV: John Hollinger

    Dec 13
    John Hollinger drops in to talk about the Lin-Harden dilemma in Houston, the ongoing problems in L.A., and Dwight Howard's likely destination next season.
  • Video - Kobe: Carmelo Harder To Guard Than LeBron 07:27

    Kobe: Carmelo Harder To Guard Than LeBron

    Dec 13
    Stephen A. Smith and Skip Bayless discuss Kobe Bryant's comments about guarding Carmelo Anthony.
  • Video - Dunk Of The Night 00:31

    Dunk Of The Night

    Dec 13
    Carmelo Anthony dunks on the Lakers.

Sports Columnists

  • Daily Dime: No easy way out for Lakers

    Dec 13
    Brian Windhorst sees the Lakers sink to 9-14 with no end in sight
  • Weekend Dime: Top trade targets

    Dec 13
    Which top players are on the trading block? Marc Stein has the latest scoop.
  • ESPN columnist John Hollinger will join Memphis Grizzlies' front office

    Dec 13
    John Hollinger, a fixture of ESPN.com's coverage of the NBA for the past eight seasons, is leaving his role as a columnist to join the front office of the Memphis Grizzlies.
  • ESPN columnist John Hollinger will join Memphis Grizzlies' front office

    Dec 13
    John Hollinger, a fixture of ESPN.com's coverage of the NBA for the past eight seasons, is leaving his role as a columnist to join the front office of the Memphis Grizzlies.