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Brooklyn Nets guard Isaiah Whitehead (15) brings the ball up the court during the third quarter against the Houston Rockets at Toyota Center. (Troy Taormina)
Brooklyn Nets guard Isaiah Whitehead (15) brings the ball up the court during the third quarter against the Houston Rockets at Toyota Center. (Troy Taormina)

Guard Isaiah Whitehead is available to play Sunday against the Rockets, while center Brook Lopez will rest, the Nets announced. 

Whitehead had been dealing with a sprained left knee, which kept him out of Friday's game against the Raptors. Lopez will sit as the Nets play their third game in four days. Justin Hamilton will start in place of Lopez. 

The 21-year-old Whitehead is averaging 6.9 points and 2.8 assists through 31 games with the Nets. 

Tags: Isaiah Whitehead, Robin Lopez

Oct 20, 2016; Brooklyn, NY, USA; New York Knicks center Joakim Noah (13) drives to the basket again Brooklyn Nets forward Luis Scola (4) during first half at Barclays Center. Noah K. Murray-USA TODAY Sports
Oct 20, 2016; Brooklyn, NY, USA; New York Knicks center Joakim Noah (13) drives to the basket again Brooklyn Nets forward Luis Scola (4) during first half at Barclays Center. Noah K. Murray-USA TODAY Sports

From the moment his name was announced on the Garden PA system, it was easy to see that Joakim Noah loved every second of playing in front of his hometown crowd. In the team's home opener, he played with aggression, enthusiasm and could be seen roaring and pumping his chest during key turning points of the game.Noah was obviously excited for this opportunity, and as such, was a bit overzealous on the defensive end. The Knicks could benefit from that energy, as long as he tames it back just a bit with regard to his eagerness to commit unnecessary fouls. Noah fouled out in just 22 minutes of play.

Tags: Joakim Noah, Robin Lopez, Keith Schlosser
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Derrick Rose (Kamil Krzaczynski/USA Today Sports Images)
Derrick Rose (Kamil Krzaczynski/USA Today Sports Images)

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By how I've learned Phil Jackson works, anything can happen on draft day, and the New York Knicks could look to deal further after a blockbuster trade that sent former No. 1 pick Derrick Rose to New York and Robin Lopez, Jose Calderon and Jerian Grant to the Chicago Bulls.

The buzz surrounding several draft prospects, like Brandon Ingram, Jamal Murray and Domantas Sabonis, at Wednesday's NBA Cares event at Basketball City, was that Jackson trading for Rose was a great move.

Tags: Chicago Bulls, Cleanthony Early, Jerian Grant, Jose Calderon, Kristaps Porzingis, Langston Galloway, Robin Lopez
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Chicago Bulls guard Derrick Rose (1) looks on during the second half against the Miami Heat at American Airlines Arena. (Steve Mitchell)
Chicago Bulls guard Derrick Rose (1) looks on during the second half against the Miami Heat at American Airlines Arena. (Steve Mitchell)

The New York Knicks have landed Derrick Rose as the team's new point guard in a trade with the Chicago Bulls, the team announced. It was first reported by Adrian Wojnarowski.

The Knicks will send Robin Lopez, Jerian Grant and Jose Calderon to Chicago in the deal.

New York gets Rose, Justin Holiday and a 2017 second-round pick, the team said.

Tags: Jerian Grant, Jose Calderon, Robin Lopez
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Feb 20, 2016; Minneapolis, MN, USA; New York Knicks forward Carmelo Anthony (7) celebrates with center Robin Lopez (8) during the third quarter against the Minnesota Timberwolves at Target Center. The Knicks defeated the Timberwolves 103-95. Mandatory Credit: Brace Hemmelgarn-USA TODAY Sports (Brace Hemmelgarn)
Feb 20, 2016; Minneapolis, MN, USA; New York Knicks forward Carmelo Anthony (7) celebrates with center Robin Lopez (8) during the third quarter against the Minnesota Timberwolves at Target Center. The Knicks defeated the Timberwolves 103-95. Mandatory Credit: Brace Hemmelgarn-USA TODAY Sports (Brace Hemmelgarn)

The Knicks should send Carmelo Anthony and Robin Lopez to Cleveland, ESPN's Chad Ford suggests.

In a proposed blockbuster three-team trade between the Knicks, Cavaliers and Phoenix Suns, Ford makes the case for the Knicks sending two of their frontcourt starters to the Eastern Conference champions. In exchange, New York would receive Suns players Brandon Knight, Alex Len, P.J. Tucker, Archie Goodwin and the No. 4 and 13 picks of this year's draft.

The Knicks currently owe Carmelo over $78 million dollars over the next three seasons and Lopez over $41 million over that same time period. Brandon Knight's contract is a $56.5 million dollar cap hit for the next four seasons. The Knicks do not have a draft pick in this year's NBA draft.

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New York Knicks forward Kristaps Porzingis (6) celebrates a play with center Robin Lopez (8) and forward Carmelo Anthony (7) in the third quarter of their game the Atlanta Hawks at Philips Arena. (Jason Getz)
New York Knicks forward Kristaps Porzingis (6) celebrates a play with center Robin Lopez (8) and forward Carmelo Anthony (7) in the third quarter of their game the Atlanta Hawks at Philips Arena. (Jason Getz)

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While repeated reports may say different, Carmelo Anthony and Phil Jackson do agree on several things, one being the talent of the Knicks front court.

In a recent interview with NBC's Bruce Beck (via Maxwell Ogden), Jackson mentioned that in the team's exit meetings he and Carmelo agreed the front court of Anthony, Robin Lopez and Kristaps Porzingis may be the best in the league:

Tags: Aaron Afflalo, Carmelo Anthony, Derrick Williams, Jerian Grant, Kristaps Porzingis, Robin Lopez
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Phil Jackson is enjoying his time in New York and his current role with the organization. ( Adam Hunger)
Phil Jackson is enjoying his time in New York and his current role with the organization. ( Adam Hunger)

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Lost in the process of Phil Jackson's vacation and the search for the Knicks next head coach have been several messages from Jackson's fiancée Jeannie Buss about The Zen Master's future with the Knicks.

He's here to stay.

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It's no secret that the Knicks desperately need help in the backcourt. And, it will be fascinating to see the direction they choose to go...



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Phil Jackson recently said he won't chase and overpay a guard. The conventional wisdom says he's saving his money to one day acquire a legitimate superstar in his prime -- perhaps next offseason.

Tags: Carmelo Anthony, Jerian Grant, Kristaps Porzingis, Robin Lopez
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 (Isaiah J. Downing)
(Isaiah J. Downing)

The fact that Jeff Hornacek's name is not Kurt Rambis immediately makes his expected hiring as the Knicks' next head coach an automatic victory for Phil Jackson and Co. in many respects.

Still, as Hornacek steps up to the plate and New York moves on from the drama over the choice itself, it's worth pondering what kind of impact his expected hiring will have on the team's summer plans.

Multiple reports have suggested the Knicks won't be as married to the triangle under Hornacek as initially thought. This may provide some flexibility with regard to which players they subsequently target during free agency. But it's worth noting that Hornacek favored a fast-paced and sometimes free spirited offense with the Suns.

Tags: Carmelo Anthony, Jerian Grant, Jose Calderon, Kristaps Porzingis, Robin Lopez, Keith Schlosser
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New York Knicks forward Carmelo Anthony (Adam Hunger/USA Today Sports Images)
New York Knicks forward Carmelo Anthony (Adam Hunger/USA Today Sports Images)

New York Knicks forward Carmelo Anthony said he was focused on team growth instead of his individual futre after the Knicks lost their last regular-season game at Madison Square Garden on Sunday.

"I don't think about that -- not right now,'' Anthony said when asked if he thought Sunday's game was his last home game as a Knick, according to the New York Post's Marc Berman. "I can't think about that. My mindset is figuring out how we're going to better this situation and grow as a team, grow as an organization.''

Anthony, who had expressed frustration with the organization and had been the subject of trade rumors earlier this season, said his message to Knicks fans was to not give up on the team despite losing 27 of their last 37 games heading into Tuesday's season finale against the Indiana Pacers.

Tags: Carmelo Anthony, Derrick Williams, Jerian Grant, Kristaps Porzingis, Robin Lopez
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New York Knicks forward Carmelo Anthony shoots against the Philadelphia 76ers during the second quarter at Wells Fargo Center. (Bill Streicher/USA Today Sports Images)
New York Knicks forward Carmelo Anthony shoots against the Philadelphia 76ers during the second quarter at Wells Fargo Center. (Bill Streicher/USA Today Sports Images)

Carmelo Anthony scored 20 points and Robin Lopez had 24 points and 15 rebounds to lead the New York Knicks past the Philadelphia 76ers 109-102 on Friday night.

Sasha Vujacic scored 16 points in a game between two of the worst teams in the NBA.

The Knicks snapped a two-game losing streak, modest by their standard. Four of their 32 wins have come against the Sixers and they swept them in a season for the first time 1994-95.

Tags: Philadelphia 76ers, Carmelo Anthony, Jerian Grant, Robin Lopez, Sasha Vujacic
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Jerian Grant is making the most of his playing opportunities down the stretch of the season.  (Brad Penner)
Jerian Grant is making the most of his playing opportunities down the stretch of the season. (Brad Penner)

Keith Schlosser, SNY.TV Twitter | Archive

At this point in the year, games are no longer judged by whether or not the Knicks win or lose a given contest. Instead, it's time to focus on player development. This is an opportunity for New York to explore and see which pieces may flash some worthwhile potential as a means of auditioning for a role for next season.

During a campaign in which the Knicks have struggled mightily, changes will be necessary heading into next season. That said, playing the teams younger and/or more promising players at this time provides the organization with a taste of the positive glimpses next season may boast. There are certainly still players on this season's squad that can be utilized for the better as the team looks to improve moving forward.

Tags: Derrick Williams, Jerian Grant, Robin Lopez, Keith Schlosser
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 (Adam Hunger)
(Adam Hunger)

The Knicks host the Hornets on Wednesday at 7:30 p.m.

According to STATS...

  • Even though the Hornets have won five of their last six games against the Knicks, New York has held Charlotte to fewer than 100 points in each of their last four meetings.
  • The Hornets, coming off a 96-90 loss in Toronto, have lost back-to-back road games for the first time since January 29.
  • The Knicks have not allowed their opponents to shoot 45 percent from the field once over their last six games -- tied with Utah for the longest active streak in the NBA.
  • The Knicks (+14) and Hornets (+11) have raised their win totals more than any other team in the NBA this season.
  • Robin Lopez is coming off a 15-rebound, 10-point and six-block performance against the Pacers. That marked just the second game with at least 15 rebounds, 10 points and five blocks by a Knick since the 2004-05 season. Cole Aldrich had 16 rebounds, 13 points and five blocks against the Raptors on April 16, 2014.
  • Former Knick Jeremy Lin started for the Hornets last night and scored 21 points on 4-for-6 shooting from three-point range. On the season, Linn has averaged 18.1 points per game while shooting 44.7 percent (21/47) from three-point range as a starter, compared to 10.6 points per game and 31.0 percent shooting from three-point range while coming off the bench.
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Brooklyn Nets interim head coach Tony Brown reacts against the New York Knicks during the first half at Madison Square Garden. (Adam Hunger/USA Today Sports Images)
Brooklyn Nets interim head coach Tony Brown reacts against the New York Knicks during the first half at Madison Square Garden. (Adam Hunger/USA Today Sports Images)

Langston Galloway scored 14 of his 18 points in the fourth quarter and the New York Knicks beat the Brooklyn Nets 105-91 on Friday night to split the season series with their city rival.

Derrick Williams had 16 points in place of injured starter Kristaps Porzingis as the Knicks avoided dropping the four-game series for the second straight season. Jerian Grant, also getting a start because of injury, finished with 14 points and Carmelo Anthony scored 13.

Porzingis has a strained right shoulder and Jose Calderon is out with a deep thigh bruise. It's unclear if either will play again this season.

Tags: Bojan Bogdanovic, Brook Lopez, Carmelo Anthony, Derrick Williams, Jose Calderon, Kristaps Porzingis, Langston Galloway, Robin Lopez, Thaddeus Young
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New York Knicks forward Carmelo Anthony shoots over Brooklyn Nets guard Sean Kilpatrick during the first half at Madison Square Garden. (Adam Hunger/USA Today Sports Images)
New York Knicks forward Carmelo Anthony shoots over Brooklyn Nets guard Sean Kilpatrick during the first half at Madison Square Garden. (Adam Hunger/USA Today Sports Images)

Langston Galloway scored 14 of his 18 points in the fourth quarter and the New York Knicks beat the Brooklyn Nets 105-91 on Friday night to split the season series with their city rival.

Derrick Williams had 16 points in place of injured starter Kristaps Porzingis as the Knicks avoided dropping the four-game series for the second straight season. Jerian Grant, also getting a start because of injury, finished with 14 points and Carmelo Anthony scored 13.

Porzingis has a strained right shoulder and Jose Calderon is out with a deep thigh bruise. It's unclear if either will play again this season.

Tags: Bojan Bogdanovic, Brook Lopez, Carmelo Anthony, Derrick Williams, Jose Calderon, Kristaps Porzingis, Langston Galloway, Robin Lopez, Thaddeus Young
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New York Knicks forward Carmelo Anthony shoots over New Orleans Pelicans forward Alonzo Gee and guard Tim Frazier during the second quarter of a game at the Smoothie King Center. (Derick E. Hingle/USA Today Sports Images)
New York Knicks forward Carmelo Anthony shoots over New Orleans Pelicans forward Alonzo Gee and guard Tim Frazier during the second quarter of a game at the Smoothie King Center. (Derick E. Hingle/USA Today Sports Images)

Jrue Holiday scored 10 of his 22 points in the fourth quarter and the New Orleans Pelicans snapped a three-game slide with a 99-91 victory over the New York Knicks on Monday night.

Returning from a two-game absence because of a toe injury on his left foot, Holiday took over a tight game in the final minutes, scoring six points during a 9-0 run that gave New Orleans a 93-85 lead.

The Pelicans won for the first time this season when scoring fewer than 100 points. New Orleans had been 0-33 in such games.

Tags: Carmelo Anthony, Kristaps Porzingis, New Orleans Pelicans, Robin Lopez
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Robin Lopez has seen his offensive role increase under head coach Kurt Rambis.  (Mike Dinovo)
Robin Lopez has seen his offensive role increase under head coach Kurt Rambis. (Mike Dinovo)

Keith Schlosser, SNY.TV Twitter | Archive

This time of year, NBA teams obviously prefer to be competing for a postseason spot, or furthermore, simply preparing for an already cemented playoff matchup. Seeing as how the Knicks are in neither position, they'll have to settle for playing spoiler on occasion during this season's final weeks. On Wednesday night, that's exactly what they did.

The Bulls are fighting for their postseason life, hanging on to the Eastern Conference's eighth and final seed. A matchup with the otherwise lowly Knicks should prove to be a favorable one for them --- something they can cash in on for an easier victory. New York had other plans.

Tags: Carmelo Anthony, Kristaps Porzingis, Robin Lopez, Keith Schlosser
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New York Knicks center Robin Lopez (8) is defended by Sacramento Kings center DeMarcus Cousins (15) during the fourth quarter at Madison Square Garden. The Sacramento Kings defeated the New York Knicks 88-80. (Steven Ryan)
New York Knicks center Robin Lopez (8) is defended by Sacramento Kings center DeMarcus Cousins (15) during the fourth quarter at Madison Square Garden. The Sacramento Kings defeated the New York Knicks 88-80. (Steven Ryan)

Another evening simply resulted in yet another defeat for the Knicks, who have proven unable to win without Carmelo Anthony this season.

To be fair, Anthony's health hasn't been as much of a concern as it has been in past seasons. Still, the team looked absolutely lost against Sacramento. A lack of fluidity on offense in the first quarter was arguably what led to the their eventual demise, putting a very quick nail in New York's coffin. 

Sacramento has a worse record than the Knicks, and at many different points in Sunday's matchup, they showed why. Much like their opponent, they too were in disarray quite often. In what may have been his last audition of sorts before the Knicks ponder signing him in free agency, Rajon Rondo had one of his sloppier games of the year, tallying just 2 points, 6 assists, and committing 4 turnovers. He didn't look to have command over the Kings' offense.

Tags: Carmelo Anthony, Jerian Grant, Langston Galloway, Robin Lopez, Keith Schlosser
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Sacramento Kings guard Rajon Rondo is defended by New York Knicks center Robin Lopez during the first quarter at Madison Square Garden. (Steven Ryan/USA Today Sports Images)
Sacramento Kings guard Rajon Rondo is defended by New York Knicks center Robin Lopez during the first quarter at Madison Square Garden. (Steven Ryan/USA Today Sports Images)

Playing without Carmelo Anthony, the New York Knicks lost to the Sacramento Kings, 88-80, on Sunday.

Tags: Carmelo Anthony, Jerian Grant, Kristaps Porzingis, Robin Lopez, Sacramento Kings
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Stephen Curry scored a game-high 34 points last night against New York in a 121-85 defeat to Golden State. (Kelley L Cox)
Stephen Curry scored a game-high 34 points last night against New York in a 121-85 defeat to Golden State. (Kelley L Cox)

Keith Schlosser, SNY.TV Twitter | Archive

With the Knicks in a complete and utter tailspin as they head into the season's final few weeks, losing to the Warriors was obviously to be expected. Alas, this campaign is no longer about wins and losses. As New York struggles to find an identity and a respective rhythm on both ends of the floor, the rest of this season comes down to assessing interim head coach Kurt Rambis, how he utilizes the team's talent, and who may be valuable enough to hold onto when the Knicks look to regroup this coming summer.

With all of that in mind, here are some meaningful observations, despite the blowout loss to Golden State:

Tags: Aaron Afflalo, Carmelo Anthony, Kristaps Porzingis, Robin Lopez, Keith Schlosser
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New York has lost 15 of their last 18 games. ( Adam Hunger)
New York has lost 15 of their last 18 games. ( Adam Hunger)

Keith Schlosser, SNY.TV Twitter | Archive

As the Knicks continue to spiral out of control, things are getting rather blurry. Many of their losses are beginning to look exactly the same, largely in part because they falter again and again in all too familiar fashion.

On Tuesday, New York kept pace with the Blazers early on, but they seemed content with competing for only a portion of the contest. There was a point where the intensity just wavered; the Knicks let up, started to go easy, and from there on out, Portland took control and never looked back. This team, now losers of 15 of their last 18, has forgotten how to win. They are in a funk, and seemingly don't recall the necessary mannerisms and/or actions to carry themselves in a confident manner. There are fingers to point in plenty of directions, ranging from the players who just give up well too easily, back to the coaching staff that allows such a let up in the first place.

Tags: Carmelo Anthony, Jose Calderon, Langston Galloway, Robin Lopez
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 (Brad Penner)
(Brad Penner)

The Knicks host the Blazers tonight at 7:30 p.m.

According to STATS...

  • The Knicks broke a six-game losing streak to the Trail Blazers with their 112-110 win on December 12. New York made 25 free throws in the victory, its most against Portland since sinking 31 on November 20, 2005.
  • The Trail Blazers have scored at least 100 points in each of their last eight games. It is the longest such streak for Portland since a string of nine straight games from February 12 -- March 5, 2014.
  • Carmelo Anthony has pulled down at least six rebounds in 13 consecutive games. It is the second-longest streak of Anthony's career, following a 15-game run from February 10 -- March 12, 2008.
  • Damian Lillard has scored 20+ points in a career-best 10 straight games. Lillard is the first Blazer to score 20+ points in 10 consecutive games since LaMarcus Aldridge had his own 10-game streak from December 15, 2014 -- January 10, 2015.
  • Robin Lopez had a game-high 14 rebounds in the loss to Miami on Sunday. Lopez had six double-digit rebound games in February after totaling six from October through January.
  • Gerald Henderson scored 19 points off the bench in Sunday's win at Indiana. Since January 23, Henderson's 13 games with 10+ points off the bench trails only Jrue Holiday (15) for the most in the NBA.
Tags: Carmelo Anthony, Robin Lopez

New York Knicks center Robin Lopez (8) and forward Kristaps Porzingis (6) high five against the Boston Celtics during the first half of an NBA basketball game at Madison Square Garden. (Adam Hunger)
New York Knicks center Robin Lopez (8) and forward Kristaps Porzingis (6) high five against the Boston Celtics during the first half of an NBA basketball game at Madison Square Garden. (Adam Hunger)

Keith Schlosser, SNY.TV Twitter | Archive

Despite continuing to struggle and stumble through the month of February, the Knicks were able to find solace in the monster month had by Robin Lopez. Providing a rare bright spot, the veteran big man averaged 14.5 points and 10.6 rebounds per contest, both numbers representing obvious season-highs that were well above his marks in the months prior.

Such assertiveness on both ends of the floor (but perhaps more surprisingly, on the offensive end, for Lopez) has surely been a welcomed addition by the Knicks. He certainly hasn't always stood to make such an impact. For months now, New York has struggled to find ways to incorporate Lopez into their offense. His inability to get involved within the flow of things resulted in very sporadic minutes, which is troublesome for a team looking to utilize a $54 million investment.

Tags: Carmelo Anthony, Kristaps Porzingis, Robin Lopez, Keith Schlosser
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The Knicks defeated the Magic on Friday night, 108-95, behind 19 points and 11 rebounds from Carmelo Anthony.

Carmelo Anthony had 19 points, 11 rebounds and six assists, and the New York Knicks quickly jumped on an Orlando team that appeared to still be staggered by Stephen Curry, beating the Magic 108-95 on Friday night.

A night after yielding 51 points and 10 3-pointers to Curry in a 130-114 loss to the Golden State Warriors, the Magic were barely in a game after the first 10 minutes that their coach said they needed to win.

Kristaps Porzingis added 18 points for the Knicks, who won for only the third time in 16 games. Jose CalderonRobin Lopez and Arron Afflalo all finished with 14.

Nikola Vucevic scored 18 for the Magic, and Aaron Gordon had 17 points and eight rebounds. >> Read more...

Tags: Aaron Afflalo, Carmelo Anthony, Jose Calderon, Kristaps Porzingis, Orlando Magic, Robin Lopez

 (Brian Spurlock)
(Brian Spurlock)

For weeks now, Carmelo Anthony and the Knicks' coaching staff have craved better overall efforts from the players around him. And while on Wednesday night, they finally seemed to receive all that and more from many contributors, Anthony himself failed to meet such a similar standard.

The Knicks caught somewhat of a break as the Pacers' Paul George got off to a very slow start. That gave them an opportunity to find their rhythm as a team and find a comfortable pace, all while keeping the game close throughout.

Once George got going, the likes of Kyle O'Quinn (19 points), Jose Calderon (20 points) and Langston Galloway (17 points) all helped keep New York afloat, but there was no doubt they were missing Anthony's contributions down the stretch to help give them that necessary extra push.

Here's a look at some other observations from the loss...

  • On a night where many things went right, the Knicks' downfall was due to their poor execution down the stretch. The three-point shot opportunities created for Kristaps Porzingis and Carmelo Anthony were not very strong plays at all. One would have to think that the Knicks could have spaced the floor and created higher-percentage opportunities, especially if they chose to use Anthony as a decoy and targeted a player towards someone else with a hot hand.
  • Anthony's frustrations are clearly mounting, and this time, such pressure impacted his play on the court rather than just his demeanor afterwards. As things continued to boil over, Anthony looked discouraged (and arguably downright delirious in disbelief following the last play of the game). What's more, he let his emotions get the best of him with a poorly-timed technical late in the fourth.
  • Kurt Rambis shortened his rotation to nine players, which was a good move when hoping to get the team's core guys into more of a rhythm. But as the season continues to get away from them, it's important he roll the dice on New York's younger players like Jerian Grant, Derrick Williams, and even Jimmer Fredette. Obviously they were still trying to win that one in Indiana.
  • It's a shame O'Quinn hasn't been nearly as consistent as he was on Wednesday all season long. Obviously, 19 points marks a season-high for him, but just the idea that he could be versatile, aggressive, and knock down the occasional perimeter jumper in transition would help the Knicks tremendously.
  • The back-and-forth battle between positive contributions from Kristaps Porzngis (22 points) and Robin Lopez (4 points) continued. Lacking other strong offensive options around the perimeter, the Knicks need to figure out how to incorporate both big men to help carry them on the offensive end a bit more, especially when a guy like Anthony is ice cold.
Tags: Carmelo Anthony, Jose Calderon, Kristaps Porzingis, Kyle O'Quinn, Langston Galloway, Robin Lopez

Brook Lopez gave it his all Tuesday night with a season-high 36 points in Brooklyn's 112-104 loss to Portland.  (William Hauser)
Brook Lopez gave it his all Tuesday night with a season-high 36 points in Brooklyn's 112-104 loss to Portland. (William Hauser)

One man was nearly enough for the Nets in Portland, but Brook Lopez couldn't do it all by himself.

Lopez scored a season-high 36 points to go along with 10 rebounds and a career-high four steals, but Brooklyn couldn't find a way past Portland thanks to a poor start that put the Nets behind the 8-ball.

"We had a lot more energy (in the second half) and we knuckled down on defense and got some stops," Lopez told reporters after the game. "We came out a bit relaxed. I don't know what it was. There really is no excuse to start that way."

Tags: Donald Sloan, Robin Lopez, Brian Erni
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Robin Lopez's double-double wasn't enough for the Knicks against Toronto on Monday night.  (Raj Mehta)
Robin Lopez's double-double wasn't enough for the Knicks against Toronto on Monday night. (Raj Mehta)

Keith Schlosser, SNY.TV Twitter | Archive

The Knicks hardly ever play the Raptors well, and unfortunately for them, Monday night's matchup didn't prove to be any different.

In relation to the Knicks, who are still trying to find their identity as a team, Toronto is a very physical group who likes to apply constant pressure in order to pester and fluster opposing offensive players. They work hard to shake guys out of their respective rhythms. Aside from Carmelo Anthony, the Knicks' players aren't able to display resistance, and absorb and/or respond to such contact well at all. They looked weak throughout. 

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Toronto Raptors guard Kyle Lowry looks to drive up through New York Knicks defense during the first quarter at Madison Square Garden. (Anthony Gruppuso/USA Today Sports Images)
Toronto Raptors guard Kyle Lowry looks to drive up through New York Knicks defense during the first quarter at Madison Square Garden. (Anthony Gruppuso/USA Today Sports Images)

Kyle Lowry had 22 points, 11 rebounds and 11 assists for his first triple-double of the season, DeMar DeRozan also scored 22 while becoming the winningest player in Raptors history, and Toronto beat the New York Knicks 122-95 on Monday night.

Jonas Valanciunas added 20 points for the Raptors, who won so easily that Knicks interim coach Kurt Rambis changed his mind in the final minutes of the blowout and inserted Jimmer Fredette.

Just signed to a 10-day contract, the former college player of the year made a 3-pointer on his lone shot attempt - about the only thing Knicks fans had to cheer during the team's 12th loss in 14 games.

Tags: Aaron Afflalo, Carmelo Anthony, Jose Calderon, Robin Lopez, Toronto Raptors
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New York Knicks center Robin Lopez reacts after a call during the third quarter against the Detroit Pistons at The Palace of Auburn Hills. (Raj Mehta/USATSI)
New York Knicks center Robin Lopez reacts after a call during the third quarter against the Detroit Pistons at The Palace of Auburn Hills. (Raj Mehta/USATSI)

The New York Knicks host the Memphis Grizzlies at Madison Square Garden on Friday at 7:30 p.m.

According to STATS:

  • The Grizzlies defeated the Knicks 103-95 in Memphis on January 16. It was their fifth straight victory in this series; the Grizzlies have held the Knicks to 95 or fewer points in each game during this streak.
  • Memphis has scored 100 or more points in nine straight games, which is tied with the Thunder for the longest active streak in the NBA. Memphis has gone 8-1 in those contests.
  • The Knicks have shown solid improvement on the boards, going from grabbing 40.4 per game last season compared to 43.8 so far in 2015-16; that +3.4 improvement is second best in the NBA (Mia, +3.9)
  • Jeff Green has scored 20 or more points in each of his last four games, coming off the bench in each of these contests. That is a franchise record for a bench player.
  • Marc Gasol had 37 points in the Grizzlies' January 16 win over New York; 24 of the 37 points came after halftime (11 in the fourth quarter).
  • Of Robin Lopez's 330 total rebounds this season, 147, or 44.5 percent, have come on the offensive glass; that is the highest percentage in the NBA (minimum 200 total rebounds). He has 17 offensive rebounds in his last two games.
Tags: Memphis Grizzlies, Robin Lopez

New York Knicks center Robin Lopez (8) reacts after a call during the third quarter against the Detroit Pistons at The Palace of Auburn Hills. (Raj Mehta)
New York Knicks center Robin Lopez (8) reacts after a call during the third quarter against the Detroit Pistons at The Palace of Auburn Hills. (Raj Mehta)

The reeling New York Knicks had no answer for Marc Gasol last month and will face him Friday night after a difficult loss in the first of back-to-back games. They're looking to avoid a sixth straight loss in this series and deny the visiting Grizzlies their longest winning streak in a year.

The Grizzlies have a chance to extend their surge against a New York team that has allowed 107.9 points over its last 13 games. The Knicks (23-29) rallied from 27 points down and took the lead with 2:14 left Thursday before running out of gas in a 111-105 loss at Detroit.

"We dug ourselves the kind of hole where everything has to go right for you to have a chance," coach Derek Fisher said.

Tags: Carmelo Anthony, Memphis Grizzlies, Robin Lopez
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New York Knicks head coach Derek Fisher talks to his team from the sidelines during the first half of an NBA game against the Chicago Bulls at United Center. (Kamil Krzaczynski)
New York Knicks head coach Derek Fisher talks to his team from the sidelines during the first half of an NBA game against the Chicago Bulls at United Center. (Kamil Krzaczynski)

Keith Schlosser, SNY.TV Twitter | Archive

The Knicks spirited comeback, down from 27 points against the Pistons, fell short Thursday night in what proved to be another demoralizing loss. And while Derek Fisher has said this season isn't just all about wins and losses, and that making the playoffs isn't a must, Detroit head coach Stan Van Gundy doesn't agree with his opposition's vision.

"I laugh a little bit when I see them referred to as a young, developing team. I wasn't aware Robin Lopez, Carmelo Anthony, Jose Calderon and Arron Afflalo are that young. I read that," Van Gundy said to the New York Post. "Wow. I guess in society at large, guys in their 30s are young."

Tags: Aaron Afflalo, Carmelo Anthony, Kristaps Porzingis, Robin Lopez, Keith Schlosser
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 (Adam Hunger)
(Adam Hunger)

Isaiah Thomas had 20 points and eight assists, and the Boston Celtics wore down the New York Knicks in a 97-89 victory on Tuesday night.

Jae Crowder and Tyler Zeller each added 16 points, while reserves Evan Turner and Kelly Olynyk were also in double figures as the Celtics were fresher and sharper in dominating the final 15 minutes.

Turner had 14 points and 10 rebounds, and Olynyk scored 13 points in the Celtics' fifth victory in six games.

Carmelo Anthony had 16 points and 14 rebounds but shot just 4 for 16 in the Knicks' sixth loss in seven games. Robin Lopez added 17 points and 13 rebounds, while Arron Afflalo ended a shooting slump with 18 points but had some careless turnovers. >> Read more

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New York Knicks head coach Derek Fisher (centre) prepares to draw up a play with assistant coaches Jim Cleamons (right) and Rasheed Hazzard durng a time out against Toronto Raptors at Air Canada Centre. (Dan Hamilton)
New York Knicks head coach Derek Fisher (centre) prepares to draw up a play with assistant coaches Jim Cleamons (right) and Rasheed Hazzard durng a time out against Toronto Raptors at Air Canada Centre. (Dan Hamilton)

Without the likes of Carmelo Anthony, Kristaps Porzingis and Jose Calderon, one might expect the Knicks to get blown out by a Raptors team led by two NBA all-stars on the road. 

But surprisingly enough, New York was able to hang tough throughout much of the contest. Much like their matchup with the Thunder earlier in the week, the Knicks received scrappy and gritty efforts from a number of players. Robin Lopez and Kyle O'Quinn manned the paint to the best of their abilities, but Raptors big man Jonas Valanciunas was a beast on the offensive boards and fought hard to create massive second-chance scoring opportunities for his team. 

Given the weapons they had in available in their arsenal, it's impressive how close the Knicks remained, even closing the gap further at times with mini runs here and there. But in the end, they lacked the killer instinct to really attempt and get Toronto up against the wall. Players didn't seem to believe in themselves. No one or two players were confident enough to lead the charge and attack the opponent when they were teetering towards losing the lead. Gaining such a mentality comes with time together and added maturity as a team, regardless of whether or not the stars are suiting up. Just ask the Spurs.

Tags: Derrick Williams, Jerian Grant, Kyle O'Quinn, Langston Galloway, Robin Lopez, Sasha Vujacic, Keith Schlosser
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New York Knicks forward Carmelo Anthony (7) handles the ball against Oklahoma City Thunder forward Kevin Durant (35) during the second half at Chesapeake Energy Arena. (Mark D. Smith-USA TODAY Sports)
New York Knicks forward Carmelo Anthony (7) handles the ball against Oklahoma City Thunder forward Kevin Durant (35) during the second half at Chesapeake Energy Arena. (Mark D. Smith-USA TODAY Sports)

The Knicks (22-24), who averaged 112.7 points during a six-game winning streak at Madison Square Garden, have scored 86.0 per game in their last two overall.

New York hasn't lost two in a row at home since Nov. 27-29 and hasn't swept this season series since 2005-06 against the then-Seattle SuperSonics.

"How do you get to a point where you can break (past .500)?" coach Derek Fisher said. "It requires more sacrifice, more discipline, more commitment and more energy. We have to keep plugging until we find a way."

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Referee Dedric Taylor stops New York Knicks center Robin Lopez from going after Los Angeles Clippers players during second half at Madison Square Garden. (Noah K. Murray/USATSI)
Referee Dedric Taylor stops New York Knicks center Robin Lopez from going after Los Angeles Clippers players during second half at Madison Square Garden. (Noah K. Murray/USATSI)

Forward Robin Lopez was ejected from Friday's Knicks-Clippers game with 6:01 remaining in the third quarter after he received two technical fouls from a scuffle with Clippers guard Chris Paul.

Lopez, who had six points and seven rebounds in 17:21 of game action, was vying for a rebound when he appeared to smack Paul in the mouth. DeAndre Jordan then shoved Lopez, who needed to be restrained by a referee.

Lopez received two technical fouls, Jordan one and Paul Pierce one.

The Knicks trailed 64-52 at the time of Lopez's ejection.

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New York Knicks forward Carmelo Anthony drives to the basket between Utah Jazz guard Trey Burke and Trevor Booker during the first half of an NBA basketball game at Madison Square Garden. (Adam Hunger/USATSI)
New York Knicks forward Carmelo Anthony drives to the basket between Utah Jazz guard Trey Burke and Trevor Booker during the first half of an NBA basketball game at Madison Square Garden. (Adam Hunger/USATSI)

The Knicks host the Los Angeles Clippers at Madison Square Garden on Friday at 7:30 p.m.

According to STATS...

  • This will be the first meeting between the Clippers and the Knicks in 2015-16. The Clippers have won the last six games in this series, with each of these contests being decided by 13 or more points. It is their longest win streak in the history of this series.
  • The Clippers lost five of their first seven games this season when playing on zero days' rest, but they have now won the last three.
  • The Knicks have played two straight overtime contests, winning both. Since at least the start of the 1951-52 season, they have never played in three consecutive OT games.
  • DeAndre Jordan saw his 15-game streak with at least one blocked shot snapped when he failed to have a block in Thursday's loss to Cleveland. However, he did pull down 10+ boards for a 14th straight game, which is the longest active streak in the NBA.
  • Carmelo Anthony had 26 points and 20 rebounds in his last home game against the Clippers (January 17, 2014). Anthony shot just 4-for-23 (.174) from the floor in that contest, but hit all 16 of his free-throw attempts.
  • Robin Lopez had a season-high 22 points (on 11-for-14 shooting) and 12 rebounds on Wednesday. Lopez's team has won the last eight games when he has a double-double (4-0 in 2015-16).
Tags: Carmelo Anthony, Los Angeles Clippers, Robin Lopez

New York Knicks forward Carmelo Anthony (7) and Arron Afflalo (4) high-five against the Utah Jazz during the second half of an NBA basketball game at Madison Square Garden. ( Adam Hunger)
New York Knicks forward Carmelo Anthony (7) and Arron Afflalo (4) high-five against the Utah Jazz during the second half of an NBA basketball game at Madison Square Garden. ( Adam Hunger)

Keith Schlosser, SNY.TV Twitter | Archive

Coming into last offseason, the biggest objective for the Knicks was to provide Carmelo Anthony with the support he needed and deserved. The star forward took a leap of faith by re-signing with New York and trusting Phil Jackson the previous summer. It was time for the Knicks' president to come through on his end of the bargain.

With a wealth of cap space, the team's biggest pull was Arron Afflalo and Robin Lopez, in addition to drafting Kristaps Porzingis and (trading for) Jerian Grant. Clearly, Jackson didn't help the Knicks make quite the splash many expected them to, but it's worked out, nonetheless. 

Tags: Aaron Afflalo, Carmelo Anthony, Derrick Williams, Kristaps Porzingis, Robin Lopez, Keith Schlosser, Tim Reilly
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Knicks head coach Derek Fisher and forward Carmelo Anthony give the keys to the Knicks outlasting the Utah Jazz, 118-111, in overtime.

Carmelo Anthony had 30 points, nine assists and seven rebounds, leading the New York Knicks to a 118-111 overtime victory over the Utah Jazz on Wednesday night.

Robin Lopez added 22 points and 12 rebounds for New York, which trailed by as many as 12 in the second half and by eight entering the fourth quarter.Derrick Williams scored 18 points, and rookie Kristaps Porzingis had 16.

Rodney Hood led Utah with 29 points, and Gordon Hayward finished with 27.

The Jazz trailed 99-96 after Porzingis made two free throws with 9.9 seconds left in regulation. But Porzingis committed his sixth foul on Hayward's 3-point attempt with 2.4 seconds to go, and the Utah forward hit all three free throws. >> Read more

Tags: Carmelo Anthony, Derrick Williams, Kristaps Porzingis, Robin Lopez

 (Brad Penner)
(Brad Penner)

Robin Lopez of the Knicks and Brook Lopez of the Nets were mad at one another after Wednesday's game in Brooklyn, writes Brian Lewis in the New York Post.

"Robin was in a fiery mood during the game and a foul mood after it, while his brother got the last laugh," Lewis writes. "And Brook said he plans on having a few more laughs at his brother's expense" >> Read more

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San Antonio Spurs power forward LaMarcus Aldridge (12) and New York Knicks power forward Kristaps Porzingis (6) battle for rebounding position during the first half at AT&T Center. (Soobum Im)
San Antonio Spurs power forward LaMarcus Aldridge (12) and New York Knicks power forward Kristaps Porzingis (6) battle for rebounding position during the first half at AT&T Center. (Soobum Im)

Keith Schlosser, SNY.TV Twitter | Archive

As the season has progressed, Derek Fisher has shortened up his rotation, choosing to rely upon a specific set of players for longer periods of time on the court. In turn, Robin Lopez has been the beneficiary of more minutes, not just in general, but specifically in the fourth quarter. His defense has been strong, but perhaps more importantly, he's been able to make a bigger impact offensively. He's been assertive on the offensive glass, which is something Lopez has a reputation for. Moreover, he's been more prevalent in the pick and roll and the Knicks are encouraging him to post up and attack the basket more over.

There's no doubt Lopez has been trusted as of late. But when he takes a seat, Coach Fisher is opting to lean on an interesting choice. In addition to shortening up his rotation, the coach is also mixing and matching his lineups. This means developing a blend between different starters and reserves, and not simply subbing five in and five out over and over again. Such flexibility has allowed him to have Kristaps Porzingis spell Lopez and spend some time at the five spot of the lineup.

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 (Brad Penner)
(Brad Penner)

Block parties seem to be an increasingly popular trend in The World's Most Famous Arena these days. Propelled by another five blocked shots by rookie sensation Kristaps Porzingis, the Knicks took a rather commanding lead over visiting Milwaukee on Sunday night. Letting their defense spark different opportunities on the offensive end, it was easy never to look back.

The Knicks didn't shoot well from beyond the arc, but everything else went really well for the team in this latest double-digit victory. Realizing the long ball wasn't in their favor early on, New York moved the ball especially well throughout in order to create higher percentage looks instead. Everyone seemed to get involved and contribute here and there, creating a very healthily balanced offense. The likes of Porzingis and Robin Lopez were very solid on the defensive end, in turn making plays that pumped the team up to run and gun on the other end of the floor. The momentum was clearly in their favor, resulting in an easy victory.

Here's a look at some other observations from the win.

Tags: Carmelo Anthony, Kristaps Porzingis, Robin Lopez, Keith Schlosser
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New York Knicks guard Arron Afflalo (4) attempts a shot against Atlanta Hawks guard Jeff Teague (0) and guard Kyle Korver (26) in the first quarter of their game at Philips Arena. (Jason Getz)
New York Knicks guard Arron Afflalo (4) attempts a shot against Atlanta Hawks guard Jeff Teague (0) and guard Kyle Korver (26) in the first quarter of their game at Philips Arena. (Jason Getz)

Carmelo Anthony believes the New York Knicks are showing signs of going on a run, though their next matchup certainly doesn't inspire much confidence.

The San Antonio Spurs are not only on the verge of the best 38-game start in franchise history, but they're also blowing opponents out at an historic rate.

The Knicks will close their trip with a season high-tying fourth straight win Friday night if they can become the first visitor to win at San Antonio in nine months.

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 (Robert Mayer)
(Robert Mayer)

MIAMI (AP) Carmelo Anthony scored 25 points and the New York Knicks shot 56 percent to snap a streak of eight consecutive losses to the Miami Heat, beating their rivals 98-90 Wednesday night.

Anthony shot 9 for 12. In his first two games against Miami this season, Anthony shot 10 for 29 and totaled 32 points.

Robin Lopez added a season-high 19 points for the Knicks, who won their third game in a row, and their second on the road in as many nights.

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 (Jason Getz)
(Jason Getz)

ATLANTA (AP) Arron Afflalo and Carmelo Anthony both scored 23 points, and New York almost lost a 16-point lead before holding on to beat Atlanta 107-101 Tuesday night, giving the Knicks their second win over the Hawks in three days.

The Knicks, who have won three of four, also beat the Hawks 117-97 in New York on Sunday.

The Knicks led by 16 in the third quarter but saw the lead reduced to two points in the final minute before Jose Calderon scored on a drive with 18 seconds remaining.

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Detroit Pistons power forward Ersan Ilyasova shoots the ball as New York Knicks center Robin Lopez defends during the second quarter at Madison Square Garden. (Brad Penner/USATSI)
Detroit Pistons power forward Ersan Ilyasova shoots the ball as New York Knicks center Robin Lopez defends during the second quarter at Madison Square Garden. (Brad Penner/USATSI)

In an unusual night for the Knicks, both Robin Lopez and Jose Calderon performed exceptionally well against Detroit on Tuesday. Ironically enough, such success only proves just how elevated New York's play would be if it received consistent contributions at these given positions on a nightly basis. The duo was a major key in a decisive 108-96 victory.

Lopez played great defense on Andre Drummond, who, en route to becoming one of the Eastern Conference's top front-court players, is even beating Carmelo Anthony in All-Star votes. Nevertheless, Lopez limited space for Drummond inside, boxed out and played him rather physically. As a result, the Pistons' center shot poorly and failed to pull down boards. His numbers were well off his MVP candidate averages.

While Lopez anchored the defense, Calderon ran the floor like a pro. The Knicks were moving the ball well and players were constantly in motion without it. Calderon pushed the pace and ran the pick and roll nicely, resulting in a 54 percent shooting night for his squad. Needless to say, this victory came easier than expected. Here are some other observations from the win.

Tags: Carmelo Anthony, Derrick Williams, Detroit Pistons, Jose Calderon, Kristaps Porzingis, Kyle O'Quinn, Robin Lopez, Keith Schlosser
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 (Brad Penner)
(Brad Penner)

NEW YORK (AP) Carmelo Anthony scored 24 points and Derrick Williams added 18 to lead six Knicks in double figures as New York snapped a four-game losing streak with a 108-96 win over the Detroit Pistons on Tuesday night.

Jose Calderon added 15 points, Kyle O'Quinn had 12, Robin Lopez scored 11, and Kristaps Porzingis finished with 10.

Ersan Ilyasova led the Pistons with 19 points. Marcus Morris and Reggie Jackson each had 17.

Tags: Carmelo Anthony, Derrick Williams, Jose Calderon, Kristaps Porzingis, Kyle O'Quinn, Robin Lopez
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New York Knicks point guard Jerian Grant (13) dribbles the ball around Orlando Magic shooting guard Mario Hezonja (23) during the fourth quarter at Madison Square Garden. (Brad Penner)
New York Knicks point guard Jerian Grant (13) dribbles the ball around Orlando Magic shooting guard Mario Hezonja (23) during the fourth quarter at Madison Square Garden. (Brad Penner)

As the Knicks wrestle with a sub-.500 record, finding a consistent level of competitiveness has been a key objective. Thus far, it's been somewhat of a struggle. While they manage to compete against very talented contending teams, New York has difficulty putting up such an effort on a nightly basis, and is sometimes unable to take care of the victories that should come easier.

This was once again the case on Monday night, as the Knicks let the Orlando Magic run circles around them offensively all night long. Their defensive effort was feeble at best. While the Knicks managed to hover close all night long with a strong offensive outing themselves, they couldn't get the necessary stops when they needed them.

Despite boasting one of his stronger offensive outings as a Knick thus far, defensive anchor Robin Lopez couldn't slow down Magic big man Nikola Vucevic to save his life. The center attacked the basket (and Lopez) continuously, cashing in for easy buckets. Whereas Lopez struggled, it's difficult to say whether or not Kristaps Porzingis or even Kevin Seraphin would have had more success in the situation. Vucevic was a key factor for Orlando, and it's likely his own progress was the difference between winning and losing for the Knicks. He led all scorers with 26. Here are some other observations from the loss.

Tags: Carmelo Anthony, Jerian Grant, Kevin Seraphin, Kristaps Porzingis, Lance Thomas, Robin Lopez, Keith Schlosser
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 (Russell Isabella)
(Russell Isabella)

With the Knicks on the brink of a five-game road losing streak, coach Derek Fisher is exploring changes to New York's lineup.

George Karl may be forced into one for the Sacramento Kings.

After opening this three-game trip with their most lopsided loss of the season, the Knicks seek a bounce-back effort against the Kings on Thursday night.

Tags: Carmelo Anthony, Jose Calderon, Kristaps Porzingis, Robin Lopez
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 (Russell Isabella)
(Russell Isabella)

Knicks head coach Derek Fisher said after Wednesday's loss to the Jazz that he might change the starting lineup.

The Knicks, who have lost four games in a row, have been using Kristaps Porzingis, Carmelo Anthony, Robin Lopez, Jose Calderon, and Arron Afflalo.

Keith Schlosser, SNY.TV Twitter | Archive

Tags: Carmelo Anthony, Jose Calderon, Kevin Seraphin, Kristaps Porzingis, Lance Thomas, Langston Galloway, Robin Lopez, Keith Schlosser
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 (William Hauser/USATSI)
(William Hauser/USATSI)

(AP) -- New York opened 2015-16 in Milwaukee with what stands as its top scoring night, and it's heading back looking nearly as capable.

The Knicks visit the Bucks on Saturday night seeking a third straight win, while Milwaukee is out to avoid a third straight loss as both teams complete back-to-back sets.

A 42-point first quarter in Friday's 108-91 home win over Brooklyn continued New York's recent trend of getting off to impressive starts. It amounted to a 21-point first quarter lead, and the Knicks (10-10) have averaged a 17.0-point advantage after the first half in their last three games - though one of those was Sunday's 116-111 home overtime loss to Houston.

Tags: Aaron Afflalo, Carmelo Anthony, Jose Calderon, Kristaps Porzingis, Robin Lopez
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