The Knicks will be the Knicks, at all cost. After a week of Trading verbal barbs over LeBron & Phil Jackson beef that seems to be going the 2pac and Biggie route. (Phil Jackson no longer even works for the team, so LeBron might be Petty Wap) The Cavaliers faced off with the Knicks tonight at Madison Square Garden and it didn’t take long for LeBron and Enes Kanter to find each other for a little face to face. Credit the young kid Frank Ntilikina for standing up for himself to LBJ, he doesn’t appear much bigger than me and me, myself am in no hurry to trade fisticuffs with Mr. James. Outside of the tense moment the Knicks played a good game-for 3 quarters at least and then they turned into well….the Knicks. Leading by 15 heading into the 4th quarter before the Dallas Cowboys esque unravel occurred in the form of a Kyle Korver flurry. LeBron had his moment with this clutch moment with tie breaking step back 3. The Cavaliers went on to win 104-101, however I’m having a gut feeling Enes Kanter maybe looking for a rematch later on Twitter. The Knicks are who we thought they were!
SIDENOTE: LEBRON LED THE CAVALIERS WITH 23 POINTS 12 REBS 9 ASST*
TIM HARDAWAY LED THE KNICKS WITH 28 POINTS ON 10-20 FG
* 1 SHY OF TRIPLE DOUBLE