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The New York Knicks, Road Warriors

So the Knicks' 116–99 win in Toronto yesterday makes seven straight road wins, and nine out of ten overall. Amar'e Stoudemire led the Knicks with 31 points — fifteen of which came in the fourth quarter — and a season-best sixteen rebounds. But those kind of numbers are to be expected, at least on occasion. He is, after all, Amar'e Stoudemire. The fourteen fourth-quarter points from Shawne Williams, however, are not. (Seems like someone is aiming to improve his position on a certain blog's Power Rankings.) After taking a 10–8 lead in the first quarter, the Knicks wouldn't trail again in this one. And for good measure, Timofey Mozgov, who's struggled with receiving the ball — "stumbling and bumbling," as Clyde Frazier put it — did this to DeMar DeRozan. Once again: That's seven straight on the road. Nine of ten overall.

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Photo: AP Photo/The Canadian Press, Chris Young