Found January 24, 2012 on Trade Street Post:
Here we see Tyrus and Amare struggling to "do the hokey-pokey"The Knicks rolled into Charlotte on a six game losing streak. They were determined to end that streak.  Dj Augustin and Dj White were added to the inactive list as they both sustained injuries in previous games. The starting lineup consisted of; Kemba Walker, Gerald Henderson, Derrick Brown, Tyrus Thomas, and Byron Mullens. The Bobcats were massacred by the Knicks 111-78. First quarter started out ROUGH. The Knicks opened up an 8 point lead after a flurry of bad passes and suspect defensive play.  Poor shooting plagued both teams as neither could really hit anything consistently. Both teams had a number of frustrating rolls on layups and point blank shots. Kemba Walker exploded on the scene and got a few Knicks in foul trouble early on. Boris Diaw came off the bench and added his unusual spark against the Knicks.  He added a level of decent ball movement and inside scoring. The score was 26-23 Knicks after on...
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