Coming into tonight’s game at Madison Square Garden, the New York Knicks were expected to beat the Sacramento Kings – a team which has it’s own internal problems to contend with. Sacramento entered the game with a 17-31 record, but initially they looked like the more successful of the two.
DeMarcus Cousins went to work early – he finished the first quarter with 10-points and 6 rebounds – but the Knicks overcame their slow start to romp home, 120-81.
After the game Tyson Chandler spoke on the overall team performance from the Knicks, what it meant to get the win and possibly give Mike Woodson an All-Star coaching gig.
Chandler also touched on the team chemistry, saying there was the potential for something special.