(6-15) - (10-14)

Venue TV TIME
TD Garden, Boston, MA MSG 7:30 PM EST


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Injury Report
New York Knicks
Boston Celtics
Tyson Chandler - Non-Displaced Fracture of the Right Fibula (OUT) Rajon Rondo - Torn ACL, Left Knee (OUT)
Iman Shumpert - Bruised Left Knee (Day-to-day) Kelly Olynyk - Right Ankle Sprain (Day-to-day)
Raymond Felton - Sore Left Hamstring (QUEST) Kris Humphries - Bruised Right Knee (Day-to-day)


Today in Knicks history
December 13, 2012 Carmelo Anthony scores 30 points before leaving with an ankle injury, and Knicks shoot 53.2% from the field en route to a wire-to-wire 116-107 win over the Lakers at the Garden.



Recent meetings
December 8, 2013 The Boston Celtics walked into Madison Square Garden and got an easy wire-to-wire victory over the New York Knicks 114-73 at Madison Square Garden. The game was never in doubt for the Celtics who raced out to a 12-0 lead in the first four minutes of the game all while holding the Knicks to 11 points total in the first quarter. New York was unable to cut the lead to single digits while trailing by as much as 45 as they suffered its worst home loss in 11 years. Carmelo Anthony led the Knicks for the 19th time this season in points with 19 over 32 minutes. Amar’e Stoudemire posted a season high 17 points off the bench. Boston was paced by a total team effort, with all five starters recording double-figure in points and six in total reaching the double-digit mark.
March 31, 2013 For the second time in the last seven days, New York handled Boston defeating them again by double-digits, this time a 108-89 victory at Madison Square to take the season series versus Boston for the first time since 2003-04. New York was led by Carmelo Anthony’s 24 points and 10 rebounds over 27 minutes for his sixth double-double of the seasons and his second in a row. J.R. Smith posted 15 points and 12 rebounds over 33 minutes for his sixth double-double of the season. Raymond Felton added 18 points and four assists over 31 minutes. Boston was paced by Jeff Green’s 27 points and four rebounds over 35 minutes. Paul Pierce recorded 24 points and 15 rebounds in 32 minutes. New York has now won three straight versus Boston.