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Raymond Felton scored 25 points, Tyson Chandler had 23, and the New York Knicks overcame Kyrie Irving's career-high 41 points and the absence of Carmelo Anthony to beat the Cleveland Cavaliers 103-102 on Saturday night.
The Knicks won their fourth straight when Anderson Varejao missed the second of two free throws with 1 second left. They improved the NBA's only unbeaten home record to 10-0, their best start since the 1991-92 team won its first 11 at Madison Square Garden.
Anthony, the NBA's No. 2 scorer, missed the game after spraining his left ankle Thursday in the third quarter of a victory over the Los Angeles Lakers. But Chandler scored 21 in the second half and grabbed 10 rebounds, and Felton and Jason Kidd combined for 15 assists.
It almost wasn't enough thanks to Irving, who had no problems wearing a black protective mask after breaking a bone in his face on a hard fall Friday night against Milwaukee.
Rookie Chris Copeland scored 11 points in his first ca...
BEST OF MAXIM
MAN BEHIND THE MASK
Cleveland Cavaliers superstar Kyrie Irving broke a bone in his jaw during a hard fall against Milwaukee on Friday night.
The end result is the protective mask that he was fitted with that he will wear in the short-term while he is on the court. Irving told ESPN ”It’s just precautionary, as usual.”
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A CT scan at the Cleveland Clinic following the Cavaliers loss Friday night at Quicken Loans Arena vs. the Milwaukee Bucks revealed that Cavs guard Kyrie Irving sustained a small left maxillary fracture.
Irving did not fly with the team to New York City after the game so he could be fitted with a protective mask. He will travel to New York City on Saturday and will be available...
Cleveland Cavaliers point guard Kyrie Irving has been phenomenal when he's playing. Not even two seasons into his career, Irving has been injured multiple times. After missing several games with a fractured finger, Kyrie Irving managed to fracture his upper jaw according to Marc Spears of Yahoo! Sports.Cavs guard Kyrie Irving sustained a small upper jaw fracture. He will wear...
Cavaliers guard Kyrie Irving broke a bone in his jaw during Friday's game against Milwaukee.
Irving, who only recently returned after missing 11 games with a broken finger, did not travel with the team to New York so he could be fitted with a protective mask that he will wear in Saturday's game against the Knicks.
Irving was injured when he took a hard fall in the first...
Cleveland Cavaliers point guard Kyrie Irving is expected to play Saturday night against the New York Knicks despite breaking a bone in his jaw Friday against the Milwaukee Bucks, according to the Cavaliers' website. He was fitted with a protective mask before traveling to New York on Saturday. Irving was injured after falling and hitting the side of his face on the ground...
With his black protective mask and 41-point outing, Kyrie Irving looked like some sort of superhero, a Batman with a basketball.
Irving's mostly-one-man show wasn't quite enough to rescue the Cavaliers in Gotham City (well, New York) as the end result was a 103-102 loss to the Knicks.
But in Cleveland, Irving has an opportunity to be everything sports fans are seeking...
NEW YORK (AP) -- Raymond Felton scored 25 points, Tyson Chandler had 23, and the New York Knicks overcame Kyrie Irving's career-high 41 points and the absence of Carmelo Anthony to beat the Cleveland Cavaliers 103-102 on Saturday night.
The Knicks won their fourth straight when Anderson Varejao missed the second of two free throws with 1 second left. They improved the NBA'...
Kyrie Irving shoots over Brandon Jennings
Kyrie Irving and company spotted the Bucks an early 13-5 lead and Milwaukee, lead by Monta Ellis’s 33 points, successfully held off any and all Cavalier comeback attempts to escape with a 90-86 victory. To their credit, Byron Scott’s Cavaliers never stopped fighting and it is somewhat remarkable, considering Cleveland had a NBA season...
NEW YORK -- He had been relentless down the stretch, Cleveland Cavaliers guard Kyrie Irving long ago having adjusted to the discomfort of the protective mask he wore and instead making the New York Knicks increasingly uncomfortable. A night after fracturing a bone in his jaw, the West Orange, N.J., native had scored 10 of his career-high 41 points in the final minute at Madison...
NEW YORK -- Kyrie Irving, playing one night after fracturing a bone in his jaw, nearly single-handedly led the Cleveland Cavaliers to an upset win over the New York Knicks, but Anderson Varejao's missed free throw with one second remaining left the Cavs just short. The Knicks, playing without injured MVP candidate Carmelo Anthony, barely held off the Cavs, 103-102 on Saturday...
The Knicks are indeed living by the three, but how long will this last? “You live by the three, you die by the three” is the old NBA adage often associated with prolific three point shooting teams. Through a fifth of the 2012-2013 NBA season, the Knicks take and make more threes than any other team in the league, averaging 29.7 shots taken and 12.1 shots made per game, which...
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The New York Knicks have been on a tear to start the 2012-13 season emerging as the king of the NBA Eastern Conference and Atlantic Division with a 18-5 record (10-0 at home).
Mike Woodson’s is winning games in impressive fashion night in and night out. In their latest game, Raymond Felton led the Knicks to a 103-102 victory in Madison Square Garden to...
Monta Ellis torched the Cavs for 33 points, Brandon Jennings scored 16 and and the Milwaukee Bucks beat the Cleveland Cavaliers by a score of 90-86. Kyrie Irving paced Cleveland with 26 points but the Cavs couldn’t overcome their slow start or their season-high 27 turnovers. CJ Miles continued his non-awful play with 17 points and Anderson Varejao continued his All Star level play...