NY Knicks vs. Detroit Pistons in London: Live Score, Analysis and Highlights
The Knicks open up with a 16-2 lead in Iman Shumpert's return and go on to beat the Pistons 102-87 in London. Carmelo leads all scorers with 26 points and Will Bynum leads Detroit with 22.
Game video highlights.
Carmelo Anthony has scored 20+ points in 25 consecutive games. He's 4 away from tying the franchise record (29) held by Richie Guerin.— Beyond The Buzzer(@BeyondTheBuzzer) January 17, 2013
The Knicks take down the Pistons in London 102-87 behind Carmelo's 26 points.
Will Bynum is the leading scorer for the Pistons with 22 points.
Rasheed Wallace could miss the rest of the season with a left foot issue.
Tyson Chandler's two free throws put the Knicks up 19 points.
Prigioni finds Chandler for the easy dunk.
Melo's gone colder than a day old scone. He's 1-11 after a 6-9 start— Dime Update (@DimeUpdate) January 17, 2013
JR Smith hits the long jumper to give the Knicks a 12-point lead.
7-0 run by Bynum, who now has 17 points, gets Pistons back within 7 at 5:36.— Keith Langlois (@Keith_Langlois) January 17, 2013
Quick PG is getting into the lane at will and roasting the Knicks? Ya don't say.— Jared Dubin (@JADubin5) January 17, 2013
Spike Lee and Baron Davis made the trip to London to watch the Knicks play.
Charlie V and BK7 a combined 1 of 8 from 3. It's a different game if they'd dropped even one more apiece. Pistons down 14, 7:35.— Keith Langlois (@Keith_Langlois) January 17, 2013
Three Knicks are in double figures tonight.
Jason Kidd hits the long jumper and the Knicks' lead is back up to double digits. Timeout Pistons.
Charlie Villanueva hits the triple.
Two times in a row a STAT P&R leads to Melo getting the ball on the outlet. First an open 3, then a quick pass to STAT on his roll. Nice.— Jared Dubin (@JADubin5) January 17, 2013
The Knicks close out strong on an 8-2 run following the Pistons' run as we head into the fourth
Carmelo gets to the rack with the quarter winding down.
A lot of good work wiped out in last 2 minutes. NY finishes 3Q on 8-0 run to lead by 12 headed to 4Q.— Keith Langlois (@Keith_Langlois) January 17, 2013
Novak makes the long two to put the Knicks back up six.
Greg Monroe posts up Carmelo and makes the layup to cut the lead to four.
Physically, Iman Shumpert looks fine. Just his aim and timing are off.— Frank Isola (@FisolaNYDN) January 17, 2013
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