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Blazers come into town/Knicks minus NoahÂ again
The New York Knicks (6-7, 3rd Atlantic Division) 10 point win overÂ the Atlanta Hawks (9-4, 1st Southeast Division) Sunday night without the services of Joakim Noah. Â They will really be severely tested tonight against the Portland Trailblazers (8-7, 2nd Northwest Division) duo of Damian Lillard and C.J. McCollum.
ostraiteâNot only Lillard, but that whole team,â Knicks guard Derrick Rose said. âTheyâre playing well. We know what Damian can do. McCollum is playing great, heâs becoming an All-Star-type player, and itâs a challenge. Thatâs what this league is about, challenges every night. Itâs going to be different matchups and itâs about how you approach it.â
âI talked to him [Noah] this morning. Heâs still feeling not so great. So weâll see [Tuesday] morning if heâs any better,â coach Jeff Hornacek said Monday.
Hawks come into MSG this weekend
The New York Knicks road woes continue as they fell to the Washington Wizards 119-112 last night. Â To date they have won only one game away from Madison Square Garden, against the Chicago Bulls on November 4th.
The KnicksÂ were led by Derrick Rose who scored 27 points. Â Brandon Jennings came off the bench to chip in 17 points on 7-10 shooting. Â But, per Rose, the team did not do enough to earn the win.
The New York Knicks Center Brook Lopez brought his team into a 97-95Â lead with a dunk. Â The Boston Celtics Anthony Tolliver answered the score with a three-pointer. Â The Knicks Lopez responded with a layup. Â Tolliver again answered the call and swished another three pointer at which point the Knicks never regained the lead.
“I knew that obviously I hadn’t really touched the ball much,” Tolliver said. “At the end of the day, it’s about the big shots, and I took one and made one.”
“There’s no explanation for that,” Knicks coach Derek Fisher said. “Our guys just didn’t come to play in the first half, and we dug ourselves the kind of hole where everything has to go right for you to have a chance.”