Wednesday, April 6, 2011

Raptors Coverage: April 5, @ New York

Game 77 - @ New York (L 131-118 / record 21-56 / streak L1) Tuesday, April 5, 2011
Watched the first half
The Knicks are back, and honestly making it hard to watch for Raptors fans in the suddenly crowded Atlantic Division. The Knicks expose the Raps for 78 points in the first half, once led by 29, and go on to win by 13. They were clowning in the first half, Carmelo was shooting from everywhere and hit three-for-three from downtown. DeMar hit a halfcourt buzzer-beater at halftime and finished one point shy of a career high with 36 points, and grabbing 10 rebounds. The Knicks pull within one game of the Sixers for sixth place in the East and have won four straight, so on this night they were just too much for the Raptors to handle. The Raps do better on the second game of back-to-back games anyways, so they will try to regroup tonight at home against Cleveland. Games Remaining Countdown: 5

"Thank God this never happened, eh Knicks fans?"

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