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Knicks hang on vs. Cavs, stay perfect at MSGUpdated Dec 15, 2012 Share Tweet
Who was that masked man you ask. He’s the point guard that nearly robbed the Knicks blind in the fourth quarter and will be an elite player sooner than later. For now, however, Kyrie Irving will have to settle for establishing his career-high for points
Share TweetRaymond Felton scored 25 points, Tyson Chandler had 23, and the New York Knicks overcame Kyrie Irving's career-high 41 points and the absence of Carmelo Anthony to beat the Cleveland Cavaliers 103-102 on Saturday night.
Knicks' Anthony sidelined with sprained ankleUpdated Dec 15, 2012 Share TweetCarmelo Anthony missed the New York Knicks' game against the Cleveland Cavaliers on Saturday night because of a sprained left ankle.Source: nba.comShare TweetNew York Knicks forward Carmelo Anthony sat out of Saturday's game against Cleveland due to a sprained left ankle he suffered Thursday night against the Los Angeles Lakers.Source: ESPN.com
'Tis the season of surprises: NY Knicks moving the ball and avoiding turnovers as they set sights on 60-win seasonUpdated Dec 15, 2012 Share TweetThere hasn’t been a more astounding start to the season than what’s been happening inside the Garden. The Knicks were expected to be one of the top teams in the East, but not until probably after the new year, at the earliest.Source: nydailynews.com
30 Seconds With Patrick EwingUpdated Dec 15, 2012 Share TweetLast month, former Knicks center Patrick Ewing received the inaugural Johnny Bach Award from Fordham University.Source: nytimes.com
In Houston, Two Talented Guards, but Still Only One BallUpdated Dec 15, 2012 Share TweetThe Houston Rockets have gone through such an unusual series of events since the end of last season that Jeremy Lin's return to New York on Monday is just one of a number of subplots they are dealing with.Source: nytimes.com