New York Knicks defeat New Jersey Nets, 106-97
They're two bad teams with a combined record that reminds you of one of Jamal Crawford's shooting nights.
The Knicks are 6-15 after making sure that Kiki Vandeweghe will not go undefeated as an NBA head coach.
The Nets will have to search somewhere else for their first winning streak after falling to 1-19 Sunday at the Garden.
"They're definitely not that bad," said the Knicks' Al Harrington.
To be honest, the Nets looked worse in a 107-96 defeat.
A shrieking "We Want Nate" chant began early in the third quarter when the Knicks were losing and only intensified late in the fourth when they were winning, much to Mike D'Antoni's chagrin.
It was Kids Day at the Garden, after all, which may explain the crowd's partiality toward the biggest kid in the building. Otherwise, Knicks supporters may have to forfeit their title as the league's most sophisticated basketball fans.
"He's always been a fan favorite," Larry Hug...