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News » Warriors hand Knicks their sixth straight loss


Warriors hand Knicks their sixth straight loss


Warriors hand Knicks their sixth straight loss

Jackson and Ellis each scored 10 points in the first quarter, and Golden State shot 64 percent in opening a 32-26 lead. The Warriors found little to no resistance on their drives to the hoop throughout the first half, leading by as much as 16 and building a 66-52 cushion at the break.

"We knew there was no shot blockers in there," Ellis said. "Our game plan was to attack the basket, move the ball two times and we would have open shots, and that's what we did."

The Knicks helped out by committing 13 turnovers that led to 23 points in the first half, with rookie Toney Douglas firing a pass over celebrity row on one possession.

"This is not who we want to be. They played harder than us," Douglas said. "They didn't change nothing. Any team that plays harder at the end of the day will come out with the win. I don't think we played hard enough."

Searching for any combinations that would work, D'Antoni started seldom-used rookie Jordan Hill in the third quarter, then later went deep into his bench to give Darko Milicic a shot. The Knicks defended in the period, holding the Warriors to 7-of-21 shooting and pulling to 86-80 heading to the fourth.

Golden State then hit its first four shots, including 3-pointers by Anthony Morrow, Watson and Jackson, to push the lead back to 13 less than 2 minutes into the fourth and it was never close again.

Nate Robinson returned after missing six games with a sprained right ankle.

NOTES: Stephen Curry, who started his first six games before coming off the bench in the last one, didn't get in until there was 1:05 left in the first half. Nelson joked that Curry, taken with the No. 7 pick, one before the Knicks would have picked him, wasn't a starter because he didn't have any tattoos. ... One game after scoring a season-high 23 points in his first start, Douglas was a reserve again after feeling ill Thursday. ... A delegation from the Afghan women's national youth development team attended the game. They also are scheduled to go to Washington and attend a Wizards game.


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Added: November 14, 2009

 

 
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