New York Knicks defeat Charlotte Bobcats, 98-94

Nate Robinson's agent revealed Saturday that he has asked the Knicks to trade his client, who has been buried on Mike D'Antoni's bench for eight straight games.

"I can't allow Nate to rot on Mike's bench and not do anything about it. I can't allow this to happen to his career," Aaron Goodwin told the Daily News in a telephone interview. "It's clear that Mike D'Antoni doesn't want to play him."

Robinson's diminished role has been a brewing controversy since D'Antoni f...

It's difficult to know what was most startling about the Knicks' 98-94 win over the Bobcats Sunday night at the Garden:

The fact that the last shot taken by Larry Brown's team was fired up by Acie Law, who had just taken off his warmups and entered the game for the first time all night.

Or the fact that Danilo Gallinari blocked Law's drive to the basket.

Either way, the Knicks are a .500 team in their last 14 games, 6-3 since Nate Robinson was benched and 2-0 with...

Gallinari blocked Acie Law's potential game-tying layup with 4.9 seconds left to preserve the Knicks' 98-94 victory over the depleted Charlotte Bobcats at the Garden.

"I don't want to miss like that," Gallinari said. "I got so mad at myself. I should not miss like that, but we won the game so I'm happy."

The Knicks (10-17) improved to 6-3 since Mike D'Antoni sent Nate Robinson to the bench. Robinson and now Eddy Curry have been pushed further into irrelevance with th...