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

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New York Knicks vs. Golden State Warriors: Postgame Grades and Analysis for NYK
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The New York Knicks took the old NBA adage about dying by the three to a new low in getting snuffed by the Golden State Warriors, 92-63.

New York missed 22 of 27 shots from beyond the arc and shot just 27.4 percent from the field in the game. The Warriors dominated the Knicks in every aspect of this complete win.

The Knicks were out-rebounded 59-42, they assisted on only 12 made shots and they missed 10 free throws.

Carmelo Anthony was stuck in the mud, finishing with only 14 points on 4-of-15 shooting. J.R. Smith was tossed in the third quarter, leaving the Knicks little in terms of offensive options.

Stephen Curry backed up his monster night at Madison Square Garden with 26 points at home, including six threes. Klay Thompson joined the party with 23 points, and David Lee, who missed the last game, posted a 21-point, 10-rebound double-double.

Golden State completely embarrassed the Knicks after dropping that exciting contest back in New York. They dropped the Knicks to 38-23 on the season while improving their own standing to 36-29.

Knicks fans take a deep breath and try to follow me through these grades.

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