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Final Score: Cavaliers 109, Knicks 94


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Nobody on the Knicks could hit anything from anywhere, Kyrie Irving hit everything from everywhere, and now the Knicks are sliding again. Kyrie's a mean man. New York quickly fell down by 18, came all the way back, then fell all the way back down again. They're so bad they can lose by double digits twice in one game!

Amar'e Stoudemire had another splendid game off the bench and Carmelo Anthony did what he could, giving New York 29 points and 8 boards, but the Knicks just could not make open shots or bother to impede the Cavs even a little on the other end. A Cleveland team that ranked 30th in offensive efficiency coming into the game shot 57 percent from the field and 9-19 from downtown. Irving and Jarrett Jack combined to shoot 20-31. The Knicks are truly special.

Yuck yuck yuck yuck yuck yuck. Recap in the morning, y'all.