Jeremy Lin seems to be slowing down for the New York Knicks, and he's got an elite point guard gearing up to face him next in Tony Parker.
Lin will try to help the Knicks end their eight-game road losing streak against Parker and the San Antonio Spurs on Wednesday night.
Lin had 14 points for the second straight defeat Tuesday, making 4 of 13 shots in a 95-85 loss at Dallas.
New York (18-20) has lost three straight on the road, with Lin averaging 12.0 points on 27.5 percent shooting with totals of 15 assists and 16 turnovers in those games.
The Knicks rallied from a 14-point deficit in the fourth quarter to take the lead Tuesday - with Lin on the bench for that stretch - before the Mavericks closed on an 18-7 run.
"We made a run with our second team," Lin said. "We couldn't close this game out and they obviously did a great job of getting defensive stops."
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