The Phoenix Suns (44-29) added yet another embarrassing to what is becoming a pretty long list for the New York Knicks (30-43).
Phoenix topped New York by a final score of 112-88 on Friday at the US Airways Center.
Goran Dragic got whatever he wanted all night long, scoring 32 points in 32 minutes. No matter who New York put on him, Dragic got to the lane with ease.
Four other Suns reached double-figures and the end of the bench finished off the night, as most of the fourth quarter served as garbage time.
New York was led by Carmelo Anthony and Amar'e Stoudemire, who scored 40 of the team's 88 points.
Andy Bailey covers the NBA for Bleacher Report.