Former Knick David Lee and The Golden State Warriors visited Madison Square Garden to take on The New York Knicks. This game was nothing short of being electric, 3 players on each team had at least 20 points, with Amare Stoudemire scoring 33 points. But all eyes were on former Knick, David Lee, who had 28 points, 10 rebounds, 4 steals, and shot 11 of 17 from the field. Stephen Curry and Monta Ellis also added 25 and 22 respectively to help golden state to a 122-117 win, now improving to 6-2. the Warriors needed this win to improve to 2-2 away, but they nearly threw away a 19 point lead in the second half, if not for 2 late 3 pointers by Dorell Wright to sink the Knicks.
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Written by Kyle Dunrod
Kyle Dunrod is from a Caribbean island called St.Kitts. He spent most of his life hitting the books and watching sports. He dreams of one day managing a football (soccer) team.