The Knicks felt the effects of a tough road trip during their early-afternoon game Sunday. They were bleary-eyed and the intensity and buzz at the Garden were low, but they did something they would have had trouble doing last season: They fought through all of it and did what they were supposed to do against a lesser team.
Behind 26 points from Carmelo Anthony and another overall strong defensive...
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