Knicks lose 7th game in a rowPosted by Inside Hoops
There are all sorts of basketball struggles going on right now in New York City. Here’s the New York Post with the latest on the Knicks:
The Knicks were presented a gift and said no thanks.
Clippers superstar point guard Chris Paul left the game with 3:39 left in the third quarter and eventually hobbled to the locker room, grabbing his strained right hamstring. He never returned. Nor did the Knicks’ offense.
The break was there for the Knicks to snatch, but this isn’t an opportunistic bunch.
With a sickening late offensive display, the Knicks fell for the seventh straight time despite Raymond Felton’s solid return from a hip injury. The Paul-less Clippers held off the Knicks in the final quarter to post a 93-80 victory Wednesday night at Staples Center as the Knicks dropped their seventh straight and fell to a miserable 3-11.
“It’s mindboggling,’’ Felton said after the Knicks shot 38.6 percent. “It hurts. We’re not used to it.’’