Woodson rips Knicks' effort in blowout loss

November, 10, 2013
11/10/13
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NEW YORK -- Coach Mike Woodson called the Knicks' effort "unacceptable" Sunday and said his team lacked pride after a 31-point loss to the San Antonio Spurs.

"We didn't compete tonight. That's just unacceptable," Woodson said. "Right from the start, we let our offense, shots that we missed, dictate how we defended on the other end."

The Knicks fell behind 10-0 to start the game and trailed by as many as 18 in the first quarter. They heard boos throughout the game from the sold-out Madison Square Garden crowd.

After the game, Woodson was asked if the Knicks showed any pride in the second half as the Spurs' lead ballooned to 37 points.

"No. No. Not at all," he said.

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TEAM LEADERS

POINTS
Carmelo Anthony
PTS AST STL MIN
27.4 3.1 1.2 38.7
OTHER LEADERS
ReboundsC. Anthony 8.1
AssistsP. Prigioni 3.5
StealsI. Shumpert 1.2
BlocksA. Bargnani 1.2