Posted November 19, 2012 on AP on Fox
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Having bounced back from their first loss, the New York Knicks may be poised to start stringing together wins again. The Knicks open a three-game trip looking to hand the New Orleans Hornets a fourth consecutive defeat Tuesday night. Two days after a 105-95 loss to Memphis, New York (7-1) defeated Indiana 88-76 on Sunday. Carmelo Anthony had 26 points and nine rebounds as the Knicks overcame a season-low 36.7-percent shooting performance thanks to another strong defensive effort. New York, which led by as many as 20, held the Pacers to 30 first-half points while forcing 19 turnovers and limiting them to 39.4 percent shooting overall. "Last year we let this game slip away,'' said center Tyson Chandler, who pulled down nine rebounds. "It's definitely the maturity of the team and obviously the maturity of the players. We got a lot of vets around here that understand that these games add up. "These are the games at the end of the year when you are in that...
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