Thursday, November 29, 2012

Knicks Outshoot Bucks

The game was close until the waning moment of the first half when the Knicks stretched their lead to ten. They kept expanding the lead early int he second half on route to a wide road victory.

The Bucks defense was porous and the team showed low energy after a 27-point comeback in their last contest. The Knicks took numerous open threes (11 for 21) after simply penetrating and dishing. The Bucks had no answer for Carmelo Anthony.

Anthony was 9 for 18 for 29 points in 30 minutes.Steve Novak shot 5 for 7 from three for 19 points.Tyson Chandler scored a bunch for a second straight game. Raymond Felton dialed down the shots (10 from the field for 12 points). J.R. Smith had an uncharacteristic low scoring night.

The Knicks struggled to score int he fourth, but the game was no longer in doubt at that point. New York won 102-88 and is now 10-4.

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