New York Knicks: Shawne Williams

Ex-Knick Williams to work out Monday

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Shawne WilliamsAP Photo/Michael Perez Shawne Williams, who played for the Knicks in 2010-11, recently worked out for the team and could be a potential replacement for Chris Copeland.
Ex-Knick and current free agent Shawne Williams will work out for New York on Monday, agent Happy Williams confirmed.

Shawne Williams had a breakout season with the Knicks in 2010-11, averaging 7.1 points, 3.7 rebounds and nearly one block, while shooting 40.1 percent from downtown.

He has struggled in the two seasons since. He signed with the Nets in the 2011 offseason and was traded to Portland in the Gerald Wallace deal.

Williams, a 2006 first-round pick, was also arrested on drug charges late last year.

The Knicks were disappointed Williams decided to sign with the Nets rather than re-sign with New York in the 2010-11 offseason. He was a strong perimeter threat in his brief stint with the Knicks.

The fact that they are working him out may indicate that those hard feelings have softened.

Williams will probably be available for a minimum contract this summer. Last year, Chris Copeland emerged as a big who can knock down the outside shot. If the Knicks lose Copeland in free agency, the Knicks could look at Williams -- among others -- as a replacement.

Williams has the same agent as Amar'e Stoudemire and Iman Shumpert.

The New York Post first reported Williams' workout.

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Source: Shawne Williams wants to return

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Unrestricted free agent Shawne Williams, who had his best season in New York in 2010-11, wants to return to the Knicks but the team isn't interested, according to a source close to the versatile forward.

The source told ESPNNewYork.com that the Knicks are "a good fit," and that he's open to taking the veteran's minimum, which is all they can offer. The Hawks and Bobcats are also looking at Williams, who is represented by Happy Walters, the same agent as Amare Stoudemire and Iman Shumpert.

Several sources have told ESPNNewYork.com that the Knicks want to add a seasoned power forward, possibly to back up Stoudemire. The top candidates are Kenyon Martin and Louis Amundson, but both players want at least the mini mid-level exception of $3 million or higher. Martin played with the Clippers last season, but he will not be back because the team has 15 guys on contract, and they would have to dip into the luxury tax to sign him.

Other fours likely on the Knicks' radar include D.J. White, Chris Andersen, who played with Carmelo Anthony and J.R. Smith in Denver, and Jordan Williams, who played for the Nets last season. Williams was recently waived by the Hawks.

While Shawne Williams isn't as skilled inside as Martin and Amundson, he can rebound and guard power forwards with his strength and length. He can also stretch the floor and knock down the three, a skill for which he became a fan favorite in New York. In 2010-11, in only 20 minutes of action, he averaged 7.1 points, 3.7 rebounds and nearly one block, while shooting 40.1 percent from downtown.

What would you like to see the Knicks do to fill up the rest of their roster? Leave us your comments below.

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Shawne Williams picks Nets; Outlaw done

December, 15, 2011
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Nathaniel S. Butler/Getty ImagesShawne Williams, a small forward, will take his talents across the Hudson River.
Nets coach Avery Johnson confirmed Thursday that sharpshooting Shawne Williams has chosen New Jersey over the Knicks.

The deal is reportedly for two years and $6 million.

Also on Thursday, the Nets waived forward Travis Outlaw via the amnesty clause. Outlaw -- who averaged 9.2 points and shot 38 percent from the field last season -- has four years and $28 million remaining on his contract.

Williams, 25, played in 64 games for the Knicks last season, averaging 7.1 points per game on 40.1 percent shooting from 3-point range.

A four-year pro, Williams holds career averages of 5.9 points and 2.9 rebounds per game.

His departure leaves a void on the Knicks' bench.

Williams knocked down a career-high 40 percent of his 3-point attempts last season and was a versatile defender.

"Shawne worked really hard last year to get in this position right here so he deserves it," Knicks forward Carmelo Anthony said. "I wish him all the luck. I miss him as a teammate. But he's got to do what he has to do."

Added Amare Stoudemire: "Shawne made a decision that's best for him and his family as far as I'm concerned. We have a solid team with what we have ... so best of luck to him. We'll see him shortly."

The Knicks and Nets play the first of two preseason games on Saturday at the Prudential Center in Newark.

Williams was actually traded to the Nets from Dallas, along with Kris Humphries, for Eduardo Najera on Jan. 11, 2009, but the team waived him four days later.

Information from ESPNNewYork.com's Ian Begley was used in this report.

Coach ... and recruiter! Mike pitches Jamal

December, 14, 2011
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NEW YORK -- Last week, Mike D'Antoni got his Christmas started early. Not only that, he received the biggest gift first: a defensive and rebounding machine named Tyson Chandler.

Will another action figure he's been hoping for -- this one a little smaller -- fall into his lap? That could be either Jamal Crawford or Shawne Williams.

After Wednesday's practice at the Knicks' training facility, D'Antoni dished on his desires for one of the two unrestricted free agents. It turns out, he's even been calling Crawford and Williams to pitch them playing for him this season.

"Yeah, a few times," D'Antoni said. "They're free agents, right (laughs)"?

D'Antoni shared more about his conversations with Crawford.

"You do a lot of groveling and try to paint the best picture possible,” D’Antoni said. “But at the end of the day, they've just got to be comfortable with every aspect of playing, who his teammates are and the business side, the money. When you line those up, then great. If something outweighs the other, you never know. You never know how they make their decision."

D'Antoni has no idea which team Crawford will eventually sign with. Currently, the 6-5 shooting guard is home in Seattle and reportedly weighing higher offers from the Kings (one year, $6.5 million) and the Blazers (two years, $10 million with an opt-out in 2012). The Knicks only have a two-year, $2.5 million exception available because they're over the salary cap.

Williams has been in New York City working out and is reportedly deciding between the Knicks, Nets and Warriors. A third option for the Knicks is Maurice Evans, but the Wizards would like him back, and Reggie Williams, who played for the Warriors last season, is also a consideration.

D'Antoni admits the team's depth is "a little bit" of an issue and knows interim general manager Glen Grunwald is still working the phones to find the best complement for the team. Since Toney Douglas has moved into the starting five, Crawford is likely the first choice to fill in much-needed bench scoring, but Williams would build on the team's defensive focus and add 40.1 percent 3-point accuracy. Whatever happens, D'Antoni is ready to run -- literally -- with the players he's got in front of him.

"I think Glen will always try to tweak it, always try to make it better, but it's going to be certain situations that are going to be very hard to better what we have," D'Antoni said. "He'll keep looking -- that's his job -- but I'm very comfortable with the guys that we have going into the season. Still, I'm a little nervous about what's going to come out of it. We only have 10 days. Eventually we'll settle down; we'll get into a groove. We like what we have."

Amare Stoudemire hinted that another move should happen. In fact, regarding Williams, he said, "We definitely want him as a teammate." But right now, STAT is in the same boat as his head coach.

"I mean, we're looking at it as if this is the team we're going to have," Stoudemire said. "We're preparing that way and we're just going to keep practicing extremely hard and keep improving as a team with the guys we have. If they make more moves, then great. We can add those guys in, but we can't hope for that."

Hope may come in the next 24 to 48 hours and, if so, D'Antoni would be a very happy camper.

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Opening Tip: Crawford or Williams?

December, 14, 2011
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Every morning throughout the season, ESPNNewYork.com will tackle a burning question about the Knicks in our "Opening Tip."

Today's Burning Question: Which player would be a better fit in the second unit, former Knick Jamal Crawford or Shawne Williams, who was recently a Knick?

On Monday, Glen Grunwald said he would love to have Crawford back. Then on Tuesday, Mike D'Antoni said he would love to have Williams back. But even with the holiday season upon us, both desires won't be fulfilled.

In fact, it's possible that neither happens because both players are seeking more expensive multiyear extensions than what the Knicks can offer. Crawford is also attracted to Portland and Sacramento; Williams is also weighing the Nets and a few other teams.

But, if one of the wishes could come true, which player would you rather have?

ZWERLING: GET CRAWFORD

Since training camp opened Friday, the dominant storyline has centered around the Knicks' starting point guard position. But a close second is -- just that -- the second unit.

More specifically, who's going to be the immediate scoring threat off the bench? Mike Bibby? Bill Walker? Iman Shumpert? Jared Jeffries? None of them. (At least Shumpert and Jeffries will have defense covered.)

Shawne Williams wouldn't be that guy either. He's a one-dimensional scorer -- a spot-up 3-point specialist, usually from the corner. While Williams is a more versatile defender than Crawford, the Knicks need a versatile scorer in their second unit. Crawford would be the second or third option when Carmelo Anthony and/or Amare Stoudemire are sitting.

While some Knicks fans remember Crawford as a chucker -- he hovered around 40 percent shooting in his four seasons in New York -- he improved his accuracy in Atlanta. He also had one of his best seasons with the Hawks. In 2009-10, Crawford shot 44.9 percent from the field and averaged 18.0 points per game, en route to earning the Sixth Man Award.

BEGLEY: KEEP WILLIAMS

If you want Jamal Crawford, you're going to have to give up players in a sign-and-trade to get him. (I'd be shocked if he accepts the Knicks' $2.5 million exception.)

It's been widely reported that the Knicks would have to give up Toney Douglas to get Crawford. So you're telling me it's smart to give up one of your most talented defenders (Douglas) -- on a team that doesn't have much defensive talent outside of Tyson Chandler -- for a guy who plays next to no defense (Crawford)? That leaves Mike Bibby as your starting point guard. I just don't see the logic.

So bring back Williams. He knocked down 40.1 percent of his 3-point attempts last season and was a versatile defender. He makes the most sense for this roster. By the way, imagine Amare Stoudemire, Carmelo Anthony and Crawford on the floor together trying to play defense without Chandler? That has to be Mike Woodson's worst nightmare.

What do you think? Leave your comments below.

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Chandler stunned by schedule

December, 14, 2011
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Tyson Chandler was sitting in the barber's chair last Friday when he saw the 66-game schedule for the first time.

Let's just say it caught him off guard.

"I almost fell over," Chandler recalled Monday with a smile. "I couldn’t believe all the games and the back to backs and the flight schedule."

The Knicks will be playing 66 games in 124 days this season. The scheduled includes 21 back-to-backs, one back-to-back-to-back and four sets of four games in five nights.

To Chandler, the key to getting through it is conditioning.

"I was just talking to one of the young fellas about it," Chandler said. "The more you can treat your body, the better off you're going to be [later] in the season."

Mike D'Antoni estimated that the Knicks will have just six days to hold full practices over the course of the season.

The coach said a lot of practice time will be used for "film work and walk-throughs."

GRUNWALD 'FINE' WITH INTERIM ROLE: Generally speaking, "interim" is an ugly word in professional sports.

But Glen Grunwald, the Knicks' interim GM, is just fine with it.

"I'm not sure if I’m the interim president or the interim GM but I’m interim," Glenwald said on Monday. "And that’s fine. I think I’ve got a great staff here."

Grunwald, the senior vice president of basketball operations, took over as interim GM after Donnie Walsh left.

The Knicks were believed by many to be in pursuit of Chris Paul, but once Grunwald realized the team couldn't generate the cap space to land a max free agent this summer, he switched course and went after Chandler.

"I feel very fortunate because there was an excellent player that wanted to come to New York and play for the Knicks," Grunwald said.

As for his future role with the team, Grunwald said he'd leave that up to his boss, Madison Square Garden chairman James Dolan.

"I love working in the NBA and working for the Knicks," Grunwald said. "This is the job that Mr. Dolan’s asked me to do for now. And if he asks me to do something different in the future, I'm sure I’ll do whatever I can as best I can to help move the organization forward."

'WAITING FOR THE BEST SOLUTION': The Knicks currently have 11 players on the roster who are expected to stay with the team (not including Devin Green and Chris Hunter). They should add Jerome Jordan in the coming days. That leaves a maximum of three spots left over (you can carry three on your inactive list).

"We’ll end up with 13 or 14 guys so right now it’s just probably waiting on the best solution," D'Antoni said on Tuesday.

Could that solution include Jamal Crawford?

"We’re certainly trying to recruit Jamal, we’d love to have him on the team," Grunwald said on 1050 ESPN New York's The Michael Kay Show. "He was another great guy off the court too. And he’s really improved even since he left us. If we could add him to the team we’d, love to do that."

D'ANTONI WANTS FAMILIAR FACE IN WILLIAMS: D'Antoni said it would be "great" to have free agent Shawne Williams back in the fold, especially because he knows the Knicks' system well.

"As a team, we’d love to have Shawne back. But he has to work out his end of it and we have to work out ours," D'Antoni said.

Williams is expected to make a decision on free agency this week.

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Agent: Williams to decide by Wednesday

December, 13, 2011
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If the Knicks want to sign Shawne Williams, they may only have two more days -- at most -- to make their pitch.

Williams' agent Happy Walters told ESPNNewYork.com by phone Monday that he expects Williams to commit to a team by Wednesday. The free-agent forward had a breakout season in New York last year.

Walters has been in contact with the Knicks in recent days.

"They know where we stand we know where we stand," he said.

Interim general manager Glen Grunwald said on Monday that the Knicks are over the salary cap. They can offer free agents the $2.5 million "room" exception which can used for a maximum of two years.

After a season in which he made a career-high 40% of his 3-point attempts and showed value as a defender, Williams has likely commanded strong offers from other suitors.

The Mavericks, Heat and Lakers have all reportedly shown interest in Williams.

In an interview with HOOPSWORLD.com posted last Friday, Williams hinted that his first choice would be to return to New York.

"I’m not going to lie, that’s where I want to be," said Williams, who averaged seven points and nearly four rebounds off the bench last season. "I’ve never been with a team [for] two years."

"I feel like I’m acquainted with coach [Mike] D'Antoni and the staff ... and we’ve got great fans, so that’s a place I want to play," he added.

He said in the interview that he'll listen to "all comers."

"'I'm not going to say I'm one of the Paul Pierces or the Chris Pauls of the league and I can pick where I want to go," said Williams. "As a free agent, I’m going to entertain who ever offers. But hopefully I'll be with the Knicks. If it don’t work, out I had fun with the Knicks and it was a great season with them last year."

On Saturday, D'Antoni said he'd like to see Williams return to the Knicks.

"I know that he’s got some interest elsewhere and he’s looking, which he should," D'Antoni said. "Right now, he's taking care of the business end and hopefully it works out and come back to us. But we’ll just see how it shakes out."

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D'Antoni hopes Shawne Williams re-signs

December, 11, 2011
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Mike D'Antoni knows free agent Shawne Williams is weighing other offers.

But he hopes Williams decides to return to the Knicks.

"I know that he’s got some interest elsewhere and he’s looking, which he should," D'Antoni said on Saturday. "Right now, he's taking care of the business end and hopefully it works out and come back to us. But we’ll just see how it shakes out."

After a season in which he made a career-high 40% of his 3-point attempts and showed value as a defender, Williams will likely command strong offers from other suitors.

The Knicks reportedly have been in contact with Williams' agent, Happy Walters.

In an interview with HOOPSWORLD.com posted last Friday, Williams hinted that his first choice would be to return to New York.

"I’m not going to lie, that’s where I want to be," said Williams, who averaged seven points and nearly four rebounds off the bench last season. "I’ve never been with a team [for] two years."

"I feel like I’m acquainted with coach D'Antoni and the staff ... and we’ve got great fans, so that’s a place I want to play," he added.

He said in the interview that he'll listen to "all comers."

"'I'm not going to say I'm one of the Paul Pierces or the Chris Pauls of the league and I can pick where I want to go," said Williams, who has clearly been paying attention to rumors surrounding the Knicks. "As a free agent, I’m going to entertain who ever offers. But hopefully I'll be with the Knicks. If it don’t work, out I had fun with the Knicks and it was a great season with them last year."

Check out HOOPSWORLD.com's full interview here.

AMARE GROWS AN INCH: Yes, Amare Stoudemire has grown an inch. At least, according to the man himself. Stoudemire on Friday confirmed that he'd grown an inch over the summer thanks to improved posture.

He worked on his posture and on strengthening his back in the off season. Stoudemire suffered a back injury in the first round of the playoffs.

"It’s not a joke," Stoudemire said of his recent growth. "It is my posture because I did a lot of back work this summer so I think my posture might have actually stretched me out an inch."

STOUDEMIRE WANTS TO CHANGE BLOOMY'S MIND: According to the New York Daily News, New York City mayor Mike Bloomberg is a Celtics fan. The Mayor, a New England native, says he roots for the Knicks. But not when Boston is in town. So he probably won't be cheering for the Knicks when they open the season against the Celtics at home on Christmas Day.

"That’s fine," Stoudemire said. "He has his own teams to cheer for and we’re going to slowly convert him into a Knicks fan."

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Shawne Williams hopes to be a Knick

December, 2, 2011
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Free-agent forward Shawne Williams told HOOPSWORLD.com that he hopes to return to the Knicks.

The Knicks reportedly made contact with Williams' agent, Happy Walters, on Wednesday, the first day teams were allowed to discuss free agency with agents.

In an interview with HOOPSWORLD.com posted on Friday, Williams hinted that his first choice would be to return to New York.

"I’m not going to lie, that’s where I want to be," said Williams, who averaged seven points and nearly four rebounds off the bench last season. "I’ve never been with a team [for] two years."

"I feel like I’m acquainted with coach [Mike] D'Antoni and the staff ... and we’ve got great fans, so that’s a place I want to play," he added.

The Knicks are expected to offer one-year deals to all free agents to maintain cap flexibility for the summer of 2012, when Deron Williams, Chris Paul and Dwight Howard can test free agency.

After a season in which he made a career-high 40% of his 3-point attempts and showed value as a defender, Williams will likely command a longer offer from other suitors.

He said in the interview that he'll listen to "all comers."

"'I'm not going to say I'm one of the Paul Pierces or the Chris Pauls of the league and I can pick where I want to go," said Williams, who has clearly been paying attention to rumors surrounding the Knicks. "As a free agent, I’m going to entertain who ever offers. But hopefully I'll be with the Knicks. If it don’t work, out I had fun with the Knicks and it was a great season with them last year."

Check out HOOPSWORLD.com's full interview here.


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The NBA on Saturday suspended Knicks swingman Shawne Williams one game without pay for throwing a punch during an altercation with Marvin Williams of the Hawks.

Marvin Williams was suspended for two games.

The incident occurred with 43.7 seconds remaining in the fourth period of the Hawks' 111-102 win over the Knicks in Atlanta on Friday night.

Shawne Williams will serve his suspension Sunday when the Knicks play host to Detroit.

Rapid Reaction: Jazz 131, Knicks 125

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So much for that newfound Knicks defense.

Mike D'Antoni's club wrapped up its four-game road trip with a sloppy 131-125 loss to the Utah Jazz.

WHAT IT MEANS: The Knicks, who had played strong defensively in wins over Phoenix and Portland, allowed the Jazz to shoot 58 percent from the field, a season high for a Knicks opponent. They went bucket for bucket with Utah for the majority of the first three quarters, but appeared to run out of gas on the defensive end in the final stanza and ended up allowing their highest opponent point total of the season.

One reason for the lapse? The Utah game was the second of a back-to-back for the Knicks, who fell to 22-16.

The Knicks finished the four-game West Coast trip at 2-2, beating Phoenix and Portland but falling to the defending champion Los Angeles Lakers and the perennially contending Jazz.

Still, the Knicks head back to the Garden with 12 road wins, matching the highest road win total of the D'Antoni era (more on that below).

TURNING POINT: Raymond Felton was whistled for an offensive foul when he extended a forearm into Deron Williams with 1:31 to go in the third. At the time, the Knicks trailed 96-92. They'd weathered foul trouble for Amare Stoudemire and Bill Walker earlier in the quarter, but they couldn't keep pace with the Jazz without Felton. With seldom-used Roger Mason and the injured Toney Douglas in the backcourt, the Knicks were outscored 11-5 with Felton on the bench as the Jazz took a 10-point lead before Felton returned with 9:22 to play. The Knicks, on the last day of a six-day road trip, didn't have the legs to come back from the deficit.

DIFFERENCE-MAKER: Shawne Williams single-handedly kept the Knicks in the game with five 3-pointers in the third quarter. He hit a 3 to pull the Knicks within seven with 4:15 to play but they couldn't complete the comeback. The Knicks reserve finished with a career-high 25 points on 7-of-8 shooting from 3-point range.

For Utah, C.J. Miles finished with 24 points in 25 minutes off the bench. Deron Williams, the Jazz point guard, had 24 points and 12 assists.

RAINING 3S IN THE THIRD: The Jazz built a 16-point lead with Stoudemire, Walker and Felton in foul trouble in the third, but the Knicks bounced back thanks to Williams, who shot a blistering 5-for-5 from beyond the arc to bring New York within three. Overall, the Knicks hit 7 of 9 3-pointers after shooting just 2-of-11 from deep in the first half.

SKYWALKER: Walker kept the Knicks within striking distance with 20 points in 15 minutes in the first half. He made 7 of 9 shots and doubled his season high (10 points) set on Tuesday in Portland. Walker hit a 3-pointer late in the second quarter to pull the Knicks within six. Had he not been hot, the Knicks may have been blown out of the building after the first two quarters. Instead, they trailed by eight as the Jazz shot 57 percent from the field and the Knicks shot just 2-of-11 from behind the arc.

COLD SHOULDER: The Knicks got a scare 46 seconds into the game when Stoudemire appeared to tweak his left shoulder on a drive against Paul Millsap. A Knicks trainer took a look at the shoulder and Stoudemire was clearly in pain. The Knicks called timeout, Stoudemire gathered himself and returned to the floor to shoot free throws. Stoudemire finished with 22 points, extending his streak of scoring 20-plus points to 23 games, the fourth-longest streak in club history.

ROGER THAT: Felton started and played with a sleeve on his left ankle after suffering a high ankle injury against Portland on Tuesday. With Douglas, a backup guard, ailing with a left shoulder injury, Mason backed up Felton against Williams and the Jazz. Douglas sprained his left AC joint against San Antonio. He also suffered a sprained right shoulder in the preseason and aggravated that injury in the Knicks' home loss to Miami on Dec. 17.

Mason entered play Wednesday averaging 7.6 minutes per game. Wednesday's appearance against Utah was just his 10th game of the season.

Douglas entered the game late in the third quarter after Felton picked up his fourth foul.

NOT BAD IN BACK-TO-BACKS: The Knicks wrapped up their 10th of 21 back-to-back sets (third of five away-away) with the loss to Utah. They are 5-5 in the first game and fell to 6-4 in the second game (2-1 in away-away) of a back-to-back, recording four sweeps. Last season, the Knicks competed in 18 back-to-back sets, going 6-12 in the first game, 4-14 in the second game, recording two sweeps and having been swept nine times.

They face another tough road back-to-back next Friday and Saturday against San Antonio and Oklahoma City, teams that will be looking for revenge after losing to the Knicks at MSG in their most recent meetings.

ROAD DOGS: The Knicks have 12 road wins in 21 road contests. In 2008-09, D'Antoni's first season as coach, the Knicks needed 80 games -- or 40 road games -- to reach the 12-road win plateau. The finished with 12 road wins that season and just 11 the next season. The next road-win mark in the Knicks' sights? Isiah Thomas' 2006-07 club, which won 14 games away from MSG.

WHAT'S NEXT: The Knicks come home, where they are 8-2 in their past 10 and have won four straight, to face an awful Sacramento Kings (8-27) team Friday.

Sacramento was averaging 10 fewer points per game than the Knicks (107.4 to 97.0) entering play Wednesday. The Kings come to town with a three-game losing streak (they lost both games of a back-to-back against Washington and Boston). The Knicks beat the Kings 113-106 on Nov. 17 to snap a six-game losing streak. They went on to win five straight and eight in a row on the road. They entered that night against Tyreke Evans & Co. at 3-8 and reeling. They have won 19 of 27 since.

The same Suns team that the Knicks beat by 25 comes to town Monday. From there, the Knicks travel to Houston for a road game and then face San Antonio and Oklahoma City in a back-to-back next Friday and Saturday. Both teams lost to the Knicks at home in the past four weeks. Oklahoma City was coming off a back-to-back, but San Antonio was well-rested, making a 128-115 victory by the Knicks all the more impressive.

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