Now that the Heat’s streak is over and the Nuggets are limping into the postseason, the Knicks are the hottest franchise storming through the league. In a matchup pitting the Eastern and Western Conference's No. 2 seeds, the Knicks prevailed in a 125-120 point shootout behind Carmelo Anthony's 36 points. For the first time in 13 years, the Knicks reached 50 wins, while franchise milestones are dropping by the wayside in the midst of their 12 game winning streak.
— Dan Favale (@danfavale) April 7, 2013
With the #Knicks win, Melo takes over the lead as the NBA's top scorer = 28.44 points per game. Durant = 28.40 points per game.
— Jared Zwerling (@JaredZwerling) April 7, 2013
Playing the role of J.R. Smith this afternoon: Chris Copeland!
— Seth Rosenthal (@seth_rosenthal) April 7, 2013
— Adnan Virk, ESPN (@adnanESPN) April 7, 2013
— mweshler (@mweshler) April 7, 2013
— Hayle K (@hayle_k) April 7, 2013
Jason Kidd is having 2011 Dirk flashbacks Lol Melo focused in final stretch & expect him to be hungry as a Pitbull in Playoffs #Knicks
— Alan Lyampe (@H20Alan) April 7, 2013