Found November 24, 2012 on Sports Blog Net:
The Houston Rockets (6-7) beat the New York Knicks (8-3) 131-103, last night at the Toyota Center in Houston, TX. This was an unwatchable if you were a Knicks fan. No defense, no sense of urgency and no shot for the Knicks winning this game. The defense got exposed by giving up easy layups, easy three pointers and getting beat in the paint. This was Mike Woodson's worse loss as head coach of the Knicks yet. Jeremy Lin gets the last laugh against his former team. Game Stats: Carmelo Anthony had great game scoring wise, but he was awful on defense. He scored 37 points, grabbed 4 rebounds, made 2 assists and commited 7 turnovers. Raymond Felton played one-on-one with Jeremy Lin who had an okay game yesterday against his former team. Felton dropped 17 points and made 8 assists. J.R. Smith struggled from the field going 2 for 13 with 12 points, 5 rebounds, 2 assists and 2 steals. Jason Kidd scored 7 points, grabbed 5 rebounds, made 5 assists and blocked 2 shots. Tyson Chandler scored 6 points, grabbed 7 rebounds and blocked 3 shots. Jeremy Lin (Rockets) scored 13 points, grabbed 7 rebounds, made 3 assists and commited 4 turnovers against his former team (Knicks). The New York Knicks will host the Detroit Pistons Sunday afternoon in Madison Square Garden at 1:00 pm on MSG.    
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