That's all she wrote folks, the New York Knicks beat the Toronto Raptors for the second time in as many days, 110-84.
The Knicks were led by 28 points and eight rebounds from Carmelo Anthony, who played just 30 minutes. Kenyon Martin added an impressive 18 points and seven rebounds in 27 minutes of action.
J.R. Smith added 25 points off the bench, with most of his production coming with the game well in hand for the Knicks.
Whatever the doctors did to Carmelo's right knee certainly worked, because 'Melo has been on a tear since returning, with 86 points in his three games since returning from injury.
The Raptors were really never in this one. They looked overworked and worn out compared to the Knicks who were playing with a hop in their step.
If the Knicks want to keep their hold on the upper echelon of the playoff picture in the East, they'll need to continue to get big games from Kenyon Martin and J.R. Smith.
New York's second unit also put together an impressive performance with 45 of the Knicks' 110 points.