When the New York Knicks are making three-pointers, they're basically an unbeatable basketball team. That's what happened in their 108-89 win over the Boston Celtics, as they went 14-of-27 from behind the line to go along with 31 free-throw attempts.
The Celtics gave up 65 points in the first half, their highest this season. The Knicks shot an incredible 11-of-16 from behind the three-point line in the game's first 24 minutes, including a half-court heave from Raymond Felton at the halftime buzzer.
Carmelo Anthony led the Knicks with 24 points, while Jeff Green and Paul Pierce combined to score 51 for Boston.