Knicks average NBA-low 7.1 pts/game off drives to the rim. Reggie Jackson, Tony Wroten & Jeff Teague each avg more than that individually.
The Grizzlies are on pace to go 72-10. The Knicks already have 13 losses.
Welcome back to Russell Westbrook with 32pts, 7reb & 8ast to lead the Thunder in the win over the Knicks!
Amar'e Stoudemire brutally candid after the game, saying OKC "wanted it more'' and Knicks seemed "afraid'' by their early aggressiveness.
What'd I say earlier? A 179 percent chance Westbrook's return was bad news for the Knicks? I low-balled it
Fisher says this was first game this season where he felt Knicks simply couldn't match opponent's energy from the start.
Thunder wins back-to-back games for the first time this season, knocks off the Knicks, 105-78. Westbrook finishes with 32, 7 and 8.
Also, the Knicks lose to the Thunder, 105-78. The Knicks were 2 of 19 from 3-point range.
Final: Thunder beat the Knicks 105-78. Russell Westbrook: 32 points, 8 assists, 7 rebounds, 12/17 FG in 23 minutes.
Thunder beat the Knicks 105-78. Westbrook 32-7-8 in 23 minutes, Ibaka 14 and 6 boards, Lamb 13, Jackson 10, Adams a career-high 13 rebounds.
Knicks valiantly attempting to disprove the "every team in the NBA makes a run" cliche
November wins at MSG: Knicks - 3 Texas - 2 Gonzaga - 2
I Knicks by the way sono sotto di 32 a fine terzo quarto a Okc...
End 3Q: Thunder up 82-50 on the Knicks. NY is 19-of-59 from the field, 1-of-16 from three. Getting outrebounded 51-23.
Thunder up by 32 with 40 seconds left in the third over the Knicks. Welcome back Russell.
Take Westbrook's 32 points out of the equation, and the Knicks and the Thunder are tied.
Knicks are 0-for-14 from three.
But if the Knicks can get into the top three in next year's draft, wouldn't be surprised if they're pushing for homecourt in 1st Rd in 2016.
The Knicks, if they do it right, can have this be a one-year blip and be very good next season. Or they could turn into the current Lakers.
Shocking that when I say something positive about the Knicks, my mentions don't explode like when I state the obvious about them right now.
Knicks have neglected defensive side of the ball for too long. Chandler was great, but its wrong to get C in hopes of him being savior on D.
More than anything, I just wanna see the Knicks with some guys who can legitimately play both ends of the court and play hard all the time.
If Knicks go into next offseason with Carmelo Anthony, Jose Calderon, a top five pick & tons of cap space, there's a lot of potential there.
Knicks: 0-of-13 from three in the first half.
Thunder up 59-33 on the Knicks at halftime. Russell Westbrook has 13 more points, four more assists and one more rebound than anyone on NY.
Thunder lead the Knicks 59-33 at half. Westbrook 20 points, six rebounds and seven assists, Ibaka 14, Lamb 11, Adams 4 and 8 rebounds.
Thunder 55, Knicks 27. Late 2nd.
Knicks fans didn't think it could possibly get any worse - then they saw the 1-800-Kars-4-Kids folks made a TV commercial.
The Thunder have 3 players w/ at least 11 points... The Knicks leading scorer is Sammy Dalembert - who has 5 points.
JR Smith gives Scott Brooks a low five after Brooks throws a behind the back pass. Knicks down by 21.
The Thunder are up on the Knicks, 40-15, in the second quarter in Russell Westbrook's return game. Westbrook has a game-high 14 points.
If the Thunder can somehow figure out a way to play the Knicks every night - they'll definitely rally to make the playoffs this season