Knicks Use Huge Second Half To Crush Cavs
The New York Knicks rallied from a 17 point first-half deficit in a come-from-behind 17 point win, 120-103, over the Cleveland Cavaliers at Madison Square Garden on Wednesday.
It was New York’s first game since the all-star break and pushes the Knicks back to .500 (18-18).
Steve Novak had 17 of New York’s 71 second-half points as he continued his sharp shooting from long-distance (5-8 from 3-point range). Carmelo Anthony had a team high 22 points, while Jeremy Lin tallied 19 points and 13 assists.
For the Cavs, Antawn Jamison had 23 points with Kyrie Irving scoring 22.
The Knicks will visit the Celtics on Sunday.