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    Default New York Knicks @ Toronto Raptors 12/28/2013 7:00PM




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    Today in Knicks history
    December 28, 1991 Knicks defeat Indiana Pacers 115-106 (OT) at Madison Square Garden, as six players score in double-digits led by Xavier McDaniel’s 32 points and 13 rebounds. Greg Anthony makes his first pro start, filling in for Mark Jackson (birth of son), and scores 20 points with 13 assists. John Starks drains a three pointer with :01.6 left to force the extra period.


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    December 27, 2013 After taking a 71-66 lead into the final quarter, New York stumbled down the finish as they were outscored 29-12 in the final period as the Knicks fell to the Toronto Raptors 95-83 at Madison Square Garden. Andrea Bargnani, the former Toronto Raptor, posted team highs with 18 points and 12 rebounds for his third double-double of the season. J.R. Smith posted 17 points, seven rebounds and six assists over 43 minutes. Beno Udrih recorded 15 points and 10 assists for his first double-double of the season and as a member of the New York Knicks. Toronto was paced by DeMar Derozan’s 25 points, eight in the fourth quarter, and four rebounds over 36 minutes. Second year player, Jonas Valanciunas posted 16 points and 18 rebounds for a double-double over 36 minutes. Kyle Lowry added 15 points and 11 assists on 38 minutes.
    March 23, 2013 New York, behind a season-high tying 38 points in the second quarter, swept the home-and-home, back-to-back, with the Toronto Raptors with a convincing 110-84 victory at Madison Square Garden. New York was led by Carmelo Anthony’s team high 28 points (10-10 FT) and team high eight rebounds over 30 minutes. Kenyon Martin posted 18 points and seven rebounds over 27 minutes. This is Martin’s second straight game scoring 15+ points with at least seven rebounds. J.R. Smith came off the bench to record 25 points on 9-16 shooting and five rebounds over 31 minutes. Chris Copeland added 12 points. Toronto was paced by DeMar DeRozan’s 17 points, three rebounds and three assists over 38 minutes. Kyle Lowery added 14 points and four assists over 32 minutes. Alan Anderson provided 14 points off the bench. Toronto cut the New York lead to 40-35 with 2:21 left to play in the second quarter before New York ended the first half with a 9-2 run highlighted by a Martin layup and one with :07.0 left to play. New York continued that momentum in the second half as they never saw its lead dip below double-digits, as the New York Knicks cruised to a 110-84 victory over the Toronto Raptors at the Garden to continue its four-game winning streak.
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    I don't understand why Melo doesn't average 10 assist a game playing with all these studs

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    Chandler literally stood right by the rim and watched Lowry make a lay up . What is he here for if he's not gonna protect the rim or rebound?

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    Originally Posted by Rob Low
    Chandler literally stood right by the rim and watched Lowry make a lay up . What is he here for if he's not gonna protect the rim or rebound?
    Paycheck pleasse
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    Turned it off .... too embarrassing

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    man, I almost vomited my dinner watching 5 minutes of this team.

    This is the most unwatchable Knicks team in a long time.

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    Atleast Tyson is showing some discontent with the results of this team. Look like he wanted to hit somebody.

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    Originally Posted by petescud
    Turned it off .... too embarrassing

    Kyle Lowry is clearly better than any point guard we have on our team and I believe he could make somewhat of a difference if the end goal is Playoffs…..

    But hey we aren't making any trades because our owner is shook and he rather give the vote of confidence, this MOTLEY CRUE OF MISCHITS can get it done themselves led by a guy who coaches them as if he was formerly the team's Janitor.

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    Another day, another terrible performance and we're setup for a 4 game road losing streak to follow, so things will only get worse. If Melo walks at the end of the year, which he will, he will be remembered as the single worst thing to have happened to this franchise ever...period, given the resources sacrificed from a re-building team to get him. Dolan needs to decide to trade Melo before the end of the year unless he he knows something the rest of us don't (which he doesn't). No matter what, we are a year and a half from re-building, but how many assets we have at that time decide entirely on the time between now and then.

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    Originally Posted by htr10
    Another day, another terrible performance and we're setup for a 4 game road losing streak to follow, so things will only get worse. If Melo walks at the end of the year, which he will, he will be remembered as the single worst thing to have happened to this franchise ever...period, given the resources sacrificed from a re-building team to get him. Dolan needs to decide to trade Melo before the end of the year unless he he knows something the rest of us don't (which he doesn't). No matter what, we are a year and a half from re-building, but how many assets we have at that time decide entirely on the time between now and then.
    lol .

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    I don't get how some of you guys still blame Melo even if he isn't playing? Yes we play like s*it but, the amount of hate Melo gets is just ridicolous.

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    Originally Posted by uber
    I don't get how some of you guys still blame Melo even if he isn't playing? Yes we play like s*it but, the amount of hate Melo gets is just ridicolous.
    I don't blame Melo for us sucking now. Melo is a great player, but if he walks at the end of this year, considering the amount of players and picks we gave up to get him here, you have to view the end result as a huge catastrophe for our franchise given it only resulted in one playoff series win. It's not Melo's fault our front office is garbage, but he didn't really help the situation either. Any which way you look at it, if Melo is going to leave at the end of the year and we don't trade him for anything before then, our franchise has played the Melo era as badly as it could have been played from the trade to get him here until the time he leaves.

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    Knicks will be right now on 8 game loosing streak right now its 3 and add 5 Spurs Rockets Dallas Heat Pistons


    anyway i am w8ing for 20.1.14 Nets @ MSG this is key game

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    Trade deadline is Feb. 20. Hopefully everybody is back by 1/20 to give the Knicks a full month to right the ship. I think Melo is tradeable to teams that are looking to get over the hump to contend for a title, let's hope someone like the Clips come up short before the deadline and they look at Melo as the piece to get them over the top. If Melo is serious about winning a ring before his career is over it isn't going to be in NY, the only reason to stay is for the money, Knicks should be working overtime to try to trade him if the team isn't winning by the trade deadline.

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    forget it

    next game is 2 january season is ending in 3 and half months thats it. Go watch other teams

    MELO is like MJ without Pippen he is alone he dont have proper roster.

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