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NEW YORK - Make that back-to-back blowouts, and at least one Knick swears he saw it coming.
NEW YORK - Once Anthony Davis went down, Ryan Anderson stepped up to keep the New York Knicks on their losing ways.
DENVER - Carmelo Anthony's bid for a triumphant return to Denver fell short.
LOS ANGELES - When Kenyon Martin hit a jumper with 4:30 to play, the Knicks were still in it. New York then missed its next six shots and scored only two points the rest of the night.
WASHINGTON - After yet another loss for his New York Knicks in what's been a trying - not to mention 3-9 - start to the season, Carmelo Anthony did not attempt to pretend everything is wonderful right now.
NEW YORK - Paul George and the Pacers were down and just about out, seconds away from consecutive losses.
NEW YORK - Widespread Panic arrived at Madison Square Garden on Saturday night.
NEW YORK - Twitter is proving to be one costly website for J.R. Smith.
ATLANTA - J.R. Smith gave the Knicks a lift in a rare start before Carmelo Anthony assumed his normal lead role against the Hawks.
NEW YORK - Even with his team leading the Western Conference, Gregg Popovich said Sunday morning his San Antonio Spurs were playing C+ or B- basketball, adding there was "not much" he liked about their start.