by Zettler Clay IV
The Knicks are rolling, and when one of the best scorers this league has ever seen has it going, effects can be contagious. When the Bucks visited Gotham City to take on Carmelo Anthony and the league’s hottest team, the fever pitch came in the third quarter.
After seeing the 1972-73 Knicks championship team honored at halftime, the Knicks came out firing. They scored 42 points, ‘Melo had 18 of them and Jason Kidd capped things off with this beauty to send the crowd nuts:
As for the Syracuse alumnus, he poured in a measly 41 points (third straight game of 40 or more) and pulled down 14 rebounds in the Knicks’ 11th straight victory.