Houston Rockets vs. New York Knicks: Live Analysis, Score Updates, Highlights
Jeremy Lin scores 22 points and dishes out 8 assists as the Rockets blow out the Knicks 109-96 in New York.
Jeremy Lin scores 22 points and has 8 assists in his return to MSG. The Knicks lose their first game at home this season
This is 2nd time this season that Jeremy Lin and James Harden have both scored 20 pts in same game— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) December 18, 2012
Jeremy Lin gets cheers as he leaves the game.
A pretty no-look pass by Jeremy Lin.
Jeremy Lin came to make a statement tonight back in New York.
Kevin McHale calls a timeout after a Knicks run. They still have an 18-point lead.
Knicks cut lead to 22. Lin and Harden return.— Jonathan Feigen (@Jonathan_Feigen) December 18, 2012
Chris Copeland makes the tough layup for the And-1 bucket. He has a career-high 18 points so far.
Honestly, this game kinda turned when JR got his 2nd foul. He couldn't start the 2nd Q and the Knicks have been playing catch-up ever since.— Jared Dubin (@JADubin5) December 18, 2012
Aaaand the Rockets leave by 27 with 9 minutes remaining. Uncanny how this game mimicked the tilt in Houston a few weeks back.— Dime Alert (@DimeAlert) December 18, 2012
Carlos Delfino pulls up from deep. Just another example of how well tonight is going for the Rockets.
It's all Rockets in the third, as they go on a 23-5 run. Knicks trail by 23.
Knicks shooting 22% from deep. Not having Melo screws them up in so many ways.— NetsDaily.com (@NetsDaily) December 18, 2012
Marcus Morris hits the triple off the feed from Jeremy Lin and the Rockets have scored 13 straight to go up by 18 points.
The Knicks call timeout as they trail by 9 points.
Chris Copeland, who is starting in place of Carmelo, has nine consecutive points for the Knicks.
Knicks on a 9-2 run with Rockets struggling to get good shots to begin 2nd half. Asik going to the line for 2.— Matt Jackson (@MJ4Sports) December 18, 2012
Inside the 1st half box score.
Jeremy Lin still has fans in Madison Square Garden.
This is the same thing that happened in the last game. Knicks let Rockets control the pace, live in the lane.— Jared Dubin (@JADubin5) December 18, 2012
Houston goes on a 16-3 run during the second quarter and the Rockets have opened up a 14-point lead behind the solid play of Jeremy Lin and James Harden going into halftime.
Jeremy Lin and J.R. Smith shoot air balls on back-to-back possessions.
Flagrant called on Tyson for hard foul on Lin. No malice intended by Tyson, but he did make contact with his head.— Alan Hahn (@alanhahn) December 18, 2012
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