(10-22) - (19-14)
Venue TV TIME American Airlines Center, Dallas, TX MSG, NBA TV 7:30 PM EST
New York Knicks
Dallas Mavericks Metta World Peace - Sore Left Knee (OUT) Devin Harris - Left foot surgery (OUT) Pablo Prigioni - Hairline fracture of right great toe (OUT) Raymond Felton - Strained Right Groin (QUEST) Kenyon Martin - Sore Left Ankle (QUEST)
Today in Knicks history
January 5, 2004 Knicks acquire guard Stephon Marbury, guard Anfernee Hardaway and center Cezary Trybanski from Phoenix in exchange for guard Howard Eisley, guard Charlie Ward, forward Antonio McDyess, forward Maciej Lampe, draft rights to guard Milos Vujanic, a 2004 first-round draft choice (traded to Utah, Kirk Snyder) and a future first round draft choice (2010, traded to Utah, Gordon Hayward).
November 21, 2012 After cutting the deficit that once stood at 12-points to one with 0:24 left to play New York had its chances in the final seconds as Carmelo Anthony drove to the basket but a driving layup came up short. While Anthony was slow up the court, Darren Collison's missed on the ensuing trip down the court with 24 seconds left. The Knicks called timeout, and Anthony had time to recoup, but came up short again, this time on a 15-footer. He then fouled out, and Dahntay Jones sank two free throws to propel the Dallas Mavericks to a 114-111 victory over the New York Knicks at American Airlines Center. November 9, 2012 After trailing 57-55 at the half , New York raced out in the second half to outscored Dallas 49-37 to win its fourth straight game to start the season 104-94 versus Dallas at the newly Transformed Garden. Carmelo Anthony led the team in scoring for the fourth straight time with 31 points over 34 minutes. J.R. Smith came off the bench and poured in 22 points on 8-16 shooting (3-3 3P) over 33 minutes. Dallas was lead by O.J. Mayo’s 23 points and seven rebounds over 28 minutes. Vince Carter added 15 points and six rebounds over 26 minutes