Things looked dicey for the New York Knicks in the first half, but somehow Jeremy Lin and Co. managed to battle back from a 17-point deficit and eventually earn a 120-103 victory over the Cleveland Cavaliers on Wednesday night. Lin had undoubtedly his most efficient game since Carmelo Anthony’s return, putting up 19 points on 12 shots and 13 assists with only one turnover in the effort. Anthony too was more arguably playing at the most effective level we’ve seen from him since his injury, dropping 22 points on nine-of-16 shooting.
Granted, this was only Cleveland and there was that first half lull to think about but, all things considered, the Knicks looked strong Wednesday night. Strong with the potential to be scary strong, actually.
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Check out highlights from the game below.