Monday, February 23, 2009

Robinson Leads Knicks Again

Nate Robinson is a machine. The All Star forward continues to stay red hot as he dropped 41 points on the Indiana Pacers, 32 of which came in the second half alone.
Still the game was tight. The Knicks held only a 121-119 lead when Indiana's Troy Murphy was caught for a traveling violation as he was heading to the hoop for the game tying score. Robinson sank both free throws after the violation to give New York the four point lead.
Al Harrington contributed 27 points, while David Lee added 20 more for the Knicks. New York now improves to 24-32 on the season.

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