An NBA blog from Newsday's Bobby Bonett
The few things the Knicks did well were highlight-worthy
There wasn't much the Knicks did well in their 13th straight postseason loss. But they did manage to dominate the NBA's top five from last night.
Tyson Chandler's stuff on LeBron James in the opening seconds of the game was No. 5, Carmelo Anthony's and-1 in the third quarter was fourth, and JR Smith's emphatic jam in the final quarter topped the list.
(For those keeping track, the Melo and Smith plays accounted for 17 percent of the Knicks' second half points. Eesh.)
The other two players featured on last night's top five were LeBron James and Vince Carter: