With the NCAA Tournament kicking off, baseball around the corner, and the Jets signing a future Hall of Famer, it almost seems perverse to talk about the Knicks right now. But we have to acknowledge what happened in Dallas on Saturday night: Against a Mavericks team that had won thirteen in a row and had beaten the Knicks by 50 at the Garden just a few weeks ago, the Knicks played their best game since the trade deadline, smashing Dallas 128–94. We don’t understand what happened, either. Toney Douglas scored 21 points on four-of-four three-point shooting, with eight assists, and Bill Walker threw in 23. It was a total blowout. (Sergio Rodriguez didn’t even get off the bench.) When you look back at the 2009–10 season, we suggest you watch this game exclusively. The Knicks play at Philadelphia tonight, and at this rate, they’ll surely lose by 31.