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Clippers 128, Knicks 107: Scenes from a matinee massacre

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Total annihilation.

NBA: New York Knicks at Los Angeles Clippers Jayne Kamin-Oncea-USA TODAY Sports

At a certain point in the first quarter i decided to start having fun with my dog instead of taking this game too seriously. She’s fun. I wish you could all meet my dog. She loves to play fetch and to wrestle and to eat food. She bites a lot but it’s cute, believe me. Oh, there she is!

What a good girl. My little fuzz bucket.

So, today Landry Shamet chomped on the Knicks immediately and it drew blood. The Knicks promptly died. Walt Frazier called him “Shuh-mott”. Another thing clyde said was that, “Nothing has worked for the knicks”. In truth it felt like the Knicks had worked for nothing. Reap what you sow.

It wasn’t all 100% bad, more like 94% bad. Mitchell Robinson played, Damyean Dotson had moments. Allonzo Trier will be in a position to be a good player one day. Mitchell seems like the only good player they have right now though.

Anyway, at one point in the second half the Knicks went on a 14-2 run to cut the lead to 24. Then they started to feel themselves and threw a couple idiotic lobs to Mitchell Robinson that had no chance, led to live ball turnovers and points in transition.

They get to do this again tomorrow. Let’s regroup.