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Taking their poor home-court play on the road, the Knicks allowed Wall to score 31 points and dropped into a last-place tie in the Atlantic Division by getting beaten 98-89 at the Wizards on Saturday night.
John Wall registered at least 30 points in consecutive games for the first time in his NBA career
John Wall scored 19 of his game-high 31 points in the first half and relied on Marcin Gortat and Martell Webster to help seal their third win in four games.
Looking for their third win this week, the Wizards close out their toughest stretch of the season at Verizon Center. Watch Wizards vs. Knicks tonight at 7 p.m. on CSN.
The left knee of Knicks guard Iman Shumpert doesn't appear to be getting any better and it could keep him out of Tuesday night's game at Indiana.
It started with a 3-pointer by Avery Bradley 16 seconds into the game. It ended with a layup by Jason Terry with 6.5 seconds left.
Carmelo Anthony put this one away with 21 points during the Knicks' 37-point third quarter. The NBA's scoring leader added eight rebounds and six assists while becoming the first Knick since newly elected Hall of Famer Bernard King with five straight 35-point games.
Randy Wittman wasn't happy. After preaching the need for his Wizards to play better defense prior to Thursday's preseason game against the Knicks, it appeared as if his players hadn't heard him. The Knicks scored 38 points in the first quarter, while the Wizards put up 21.
Once Kyrie Irving finished cracking jokes, thanking Cleveland's fans, his teammates and coaches, he looked down from the podium at the person who promised this would happen.