Knicks Limit Howard, but Not the Long Shot

Sixty minutes after the buzzer sounded on another Knicks defeat, Carmelo Anthony emerged from the trainer’s room — his left wrist still wrapped tightly, his right ankle still tender, his self-belief unimpaired.

 

The Knicks had once again sputtered at a critical moment, allowing the Orlando Magic to turn a tight game into a 102-93 victory Monday afternoon at Madison Square Garden.

 

They had contained Dwight Howard (8 points) but lost track of Ryan Anderson (30 points). They had survived Amar’e Stoudemire’s foul trouble, but the game slipped away when their offense turned to muck.

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Knicks Limit Howard, but Not the Long Shot