Final Score: Knicks 108, Raptors 100

Tom Szczerbowski, USA TODAY Sports

They didn't not win!

Hahahahahaha what the hell is wrong with the Raptors?

...the Knicks actually showed some surprising grit this evening. Though their defense let Toronto shoot 15-33 from downtown (which was waaaay worse than they should have shot), the Knicks came from behind and protected a late lead behind some late stops and genuinely crisp offense. Carmelo Anthony snapped out of his slump despite the nagging shoulder problem and Amar'e Stoudemire played a dominant game in the post. Those two and the rest of 'em got to the line a TON and, right up to the final buzzer, hit their free throws to keep Toronto at arm's length.

And now I'm watching Nets-Hawks. Recap later.

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