Davis, Clippers Win At Madison Square Garden Against Knicks 116-108

Riding a four-game cold streak, the Clippers will meet the Knicks Wednesday at Madison Square Garden. Tipoff is scheduled for 4:30 p.m. PST.

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Davis' season-high 16 assists Helps Clippers Beat Knicks At Madison Square Garden, 116-108

New York, NY (Sports Network) – Baron Davis scored 16 points and dished out a season-high 16 assists, as the Los Angeles Clippers used a balanced attack to take down the New York Knicks, 116-108, at Madison Square Garden.

Randy Foye added 24 points for the Clippers, who snapped a four-game skid. Blake Griffin tallied 21 points and six rebounds.

Ryan Gomes and DeAndre Jordan chipped in with 18 and 17 points, respectively, for Los Angeles, which improved to 1-3 on its season-long 11-game road trip. Jordan also pulled down eight rebounds.

Amare Stoudemire finished with 23 points and five boards for the Knicks, who have dropped three of four. Danilo Gallinari donated 21 points and five rebounds for New York, which got 18 points and six boards from Timofey Mozgov.

The Knicks scored the final seven points of the first quarter to take a 29-28 lead.

Trailing by three, 35-32, with eight minutes left until half, the Clippers put together a 16-2 run to go in front. Gomes tallied eight points during the stretch, including a three-pointer with four minutes remaining to make it 48-37.

A Davis layup gave Los Angeles a 56-41 margin with 1:15 left. It was 58-47 at the break.

A tight third stanza resulted in the Clippers taking an 88-78 lead into the fourth.

New York ripped off seven straight points midway through the fourth to cut the gap to 99-96 on Stoudemire’s slam with 5:41 to play.

After each team traded baskets, Foye made a three-pointer to make it 104-98 with 3:47 left. Just moments later, Foye sparked an 8-0 burst with a three- pointer. Jordan capped the surge with an alley-oop dunk to extend Los Angeles’ margin to 114-102 with 1:03 to go.

Game Notes

New York had won three straight over the Clippers, including a 124-115 win in Hollywood back on November 20…Los Angeles improved to 4-18 as the visitor this season…The Knicks were without forward Ronny Turiaf (ankle)…Eric Bledsoe had 16 points and eight rebounds for the Clippers, who shot 54.7 percent from the field…Raymond Felton tallied 17 points and 12 assists for the Knicks.


Clippers Try To Reverse Four-Game Skid With Trip To New York

(Sports Network) - Blake Griffin hopes to bring his highlight-reel to the Mecca tonight when the reeling Los Angeles Clippers resume their lengthy road trip against the New York Knicks at Madison Square Garden.

The Clippers have lost the first three games on a season-long 11-game trek with the latest setback coming in Orlando on Tuesday. Dwight Howard finished with 22 points and 20 rebounds in that one as the Magic used a strong fourth quarter to top LA, 101-85, at Amway Center.

Baron Davis paced the Clippers with a game-high 25 points alongside eight assists and eight boards. Griffin was held to 10 points and 12 boards, while Ike Diogu scored 18 off the bench for Los Angeles, which has dropped four straight overall.

"We came out a few times with too many jumpers, not enough ball movement," Clippers coach Vinny Del Negro said. "We got very stagnant."

LA, which is a miserable 3-18 as the visitor this season, will also visit the Cavaliers, Raptors, Bucks, T-Wolves, Thunder, and Hornets, before returning to the left coast to play visitor against the Lakers at Staples Center on Feb. 25.

The Knicks, meanwhile, salvaged a home-and-home weekend set with the Sixers by winning the back end on Sunday when All-Star Amare Stoudemire matched a season-high with 41 points, snared seven rebounds, handed out four assists and blocked four shots to power New York to a 117-103 win at Madison Square Garden.

Rookie Landry Fields scored a career-high 25, making 5-of-7 from three-point territory, and grabbed 10 rebounds, while Raymond Felton scored 13 and dished out 13 assists for the Knicks, who fell in Philadelphia Friday night but have won eight of their last 11 in Gotham.

Stoudemire made 17-of-21 field goals and Fields connected on 10-of-13 attempts for the Knicks, who shot a sizzling 59.7 percent from the floor to halt a two- game slide.

"I felt good. I felt energetic," Stoudemire said. "I got rest yesterday in practice, so my legs felt ready to go. With that being said, I think we were all ready to go. It was a great team effort."

New York has won three straight over the Clips, including a 124-115 win in Hollywood back on Nov. 20. Griffin, however, had 44 points and 15 rebounds in that one and deposited a monster dunk over Knicks 7-foot-1 rookie center Timofey Mozgov.

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