Knicks Go Down To The Wire In Loss To AtlantaCarmelo Anthony led the Knicks with 30 points and seven rebounds and Derrick Rose added 18 points and nine assists, but committed six of the Knicks' 18 turnovers in the Monday matinee.
Lichtenstein: Atkinson Stands By Nets’ System, Even If It Won’t Succeed With Current RosterHe has acknowledged many times that his team will “embrace the 3-point shot” no matter who takes them or how early in the shot clock, so long as those attempts are uncontested.
Carmelo Anthony: If Jackson Doesn't Want Me, Let's TalkThe remarks came after Charley Rosen, Jackson's biographer and close confidant, wrote in a column for FanRagSports.com that Anthony's "legs are going, going, almost gone" and, "The only sure thing is that Carmelo Anthony has outlived his usefulness in New York."
Nets' Woes Continue In Blowout Loss To RocketsJames Harden's triple-double proved too much to handle for the hapless Nets,
Flat 2nd And 3rd Quarters Doom Knicks In Loss To TorontoThe Raptors held New York to eight points in the third quarter, tying their all-time opponent low for points in the third.
Raptors Soar Past Nets With Strong Fourth QuarterToronto (26-13) has now won back-to-back games while Brooklyn (8-31) has dropped nine straight.
Schmeelk: Knicks Provide Further Proof They Should Play SmallerAnyone (except Knicks president Phil Jackson, apparently) who has watched Carmelo Anthony over the past few years already knew his best position is power forward.
Lichtenstein: Intriguing LeVert Offers Downtrodden Nets Fans HopeCaris LeVert, Brooklyn’s first-round pick after general manger Sean Marks dealt veteran forward Thaddeus Young to Indiana, just might be the only reason to pay any attention to the final 44 games of this season.
Knicks Top Chicago As Former Bulls Noah & Rose Come Up BigJoakim Noah recorded his fifth double-double of the season to help the New York Knicks to a 104-89 win over the Chicago Bulls on Thursday.
New Orleans Pelicans Hand Nets Eighth Straight LossTyreke Evans scored a season-high 29 points in the fourth quarter and the New Orleans Pelicans overcame the absence of Anthony Davis to beat the Brooklyn Nets on Thursday.
Still Got Game? Ice Cube, Iverson Back 3-On-3 Hoops LeagueIce Cube has dreamed about seeing his favorite NBA players come out of retirement.
Schmeelk: Defense By Anthony And Rose Is Downright OffensiveNew York's issues all came bubbling to the surface for one game, showing how the flaws in its stars too often outweigh what they do well.

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