Knicks burried 121-85 in Warriors’ 50th straight home win

Carmelo Anthony was the only starter that managed to finish in double figures after the final buzzer. Anthony scored scored 18 points, grabbed 6 rebounds and dished 6 assists while the rest of the lineup combined just 10 points.

The Knicks had 4-0 in the start of the game but once Stephen Curry sinked his first three pointer, to put the Warriors up 4-5, New York hadn’t threatened them after. Curry made 7 more three pointers from 12 attempts, torched the Knicks with 34 points and sat throughout the whole 4th quarter. Klay Thompson added 19 points in what was Golden State’s 50th straight home win.

Kristaps Porzingis returned on the floor, after missing the match-up against Kobe’s Lakers, but his shooting was terrible. The rookie shot 1-11 to finish with just 2 points and added 7 rebounds.

Arron Afflalo played 35 minutes off the bench and scored 15 points, Langston Galloway added 14 while Kevin Seraphin dropped 12.


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