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Knicks 103, Wolves 95: Scenes from the first win of the Kurt Rambis era

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The old heads showed up tonight for the New York Knicks on the second half of a back-to-back. Carmelo Anthony (30 points, 11 rebounds, 4 assists) and Robin Lopez (26 points, 16 rebounds) carried the 'Bockers to the 103-95 victory.

They were up by as much as 24 in the second half -- nice to know the Knicks haven't forgotten how to screw around at the end of a blowout win to make it way closer than it should have been.

Lopez stormed out of the gates one night after getting embarrassed by his twin brother, scoring 16 in the first quarter and stuffing Karl-Anthony Towns:

Kristaps Porzingis disappointed in his rematch with Towns, but did throw down this jam.

And Melo was Melo. The geezer can still ball.

Stingy will bring you the good stuff later with the recap. Knicks didn't lose!