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Latest J.R. Smith Items
The losses, the distractions, the disappointments. They all keep coming for the New York Knicks in a season fast taking on the look of one that can't end soon enough.
For LeBron James, the mask was distinctive.
Something got spilled near where the New York Knicks' bus was parked Thursday morning, which seemed to serve as a perfect microcosm of their season to date.
Carmelo Anthony made up his mind. He was taking the big shots in crunch time, and there wasn't anything 6-foot-10 All-Star Anthony Davis or anyone else on the Pelicans could do about it.
A happy homecoming for Jimmer Fredette and Michael Malone was another miserable night in a turbulent season for the New York Knicks.
J.R. Smith missed the New York Knicks' game against Sacramento on Wednesday night because he was uncomfortable with the mask he was to wear over a broken cheekbone.
Carmelo Anthony was really sharp when he was in, and the New York Knicks were even better after he went out.
J.R. Smith left Anthony Bennett standing still and Tristan Thompson on his backside.
This one was so easy for the New York Knicks, Carmelo Anthony only needed to play 28 minutes.