Clippers vs. Knicks: Live Analysis, Score Updates and Highlights
Jamal Crawford had 27 points off the bench and Chris Paul put in 25 points to give the Clippers a 102-88 win over the Knicks.
Jamal Crawford hits a three to put them over 100 points for the day.
Stoudemire helping out Grant Hill on defense, taking a bucket away from Melo with basket interference.— Dime Update (@DimeUpdate) February 10, 2013
Yeah, CP3 and JCrawf have been prettaaaay good this afternoon. 25-6-5-3 threes 3 stl & 24 Pts 2 threes 2 stl respectively— NBA Fantasy (@NBAFantasy) February 10, 2013
Chris Paul hits another shot in the lane to make it an 11-point game.
Chris Paul went right after Stoudemire in pick-and-roll to close game out. Puzzling decision by Woodson to not play Chandler.— Beckley Mason (@BeckleyMason) February 10, 2013
In his 2nd game back from knee injury, CP3 has played great.
CP3 with the runner and the foul on JR Smith, missed FT. Clippers back up 8. (2:24)— Los Angeles Clippers (@LAClippers) February 10, 2013
Carmelo Anthony: 5th game this season with 40+ points, tied with Kevin Durant for most in NBA— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) February 10, 2013
Raymond Felton got away with blatant double-dribble.
Melo gets hits 42nd point of the game with a nice jumper in the corner.
Chris Paul with a great finish in traffic.
Melo sitting on 38. Clippers' bench with 46. Knicks' bench at 14. So that's the gist of it.— Dime Update (@DimeUpdate) February 10, 2013
The Clippers call timeout as they have a 9-point lead in the 4th.
Jamal Crawford is winning the battle of the 6th man today.
Grant Hill doing a heck of a job on Carmelo. Vinny's got to stick with him, right?— NBA Guru (@NBAGuru) February 10, 2013
Chandler said last week he believed the Knicks had the best bench in the NBA. Think he's looking at a better one today.— Brian Mahoney (@briancmahoney) February 10, 2013
Jason Kidd and Grant Hill (Co-Rookie of the Year 1994-95) on the court at the same time.
Bledsoe has been lights out this game. 6-6 from the field, 3 nutzo blocks and that ridiculous one-handed bounce pass to split the D open.— Beckley Mason (@BeckleyMason) February 10, 2013
With Carmelo Anthony on the bench, the Clippers have built a 5-point lead.
Carmelo Anthony is shooting 54% from the field today.
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