Golden State Warriors vs. New York Knicks: Postgame Grades and Analysis for NYC

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Golden State Warriors vs. New York Knicks: Postgame Grades and Analysis for NYC
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After a great start to the season, the New York Knicks entered Wednesday night’s matchup against Golden State having split their last 30 games.  Perhaps Wednesday night is the start of something new.

Despite an NBA season-high 54 points from Steph Curry, the Knicks held off the Warriors 109-105.

Carmelo Anthony was nearly unstoppable Wednesday night in the Garden, finishing with 35 points and eight assists.  The Warriors were unable to match up with Melo all night long, and he continually made them pay.

Additionally, Tyson Chandler did his part of controlling the boards against an undersized Warriors front line.  Chandler finished with a career-high 28 rebounds, 10 of them on offense, and 16 points.

Despite Curry’s impressive performance, which also included him setting a new franchise record with 11 threes, he received little help from his teammates.

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