Anthony, Knicks rout Celtics for 2-0 series lead
NEW YORK -- In what they considered a "must-win" game, the New York Knicks couldn't lose. Not the way they defended after halftime.
"We buckled down on the defensive end," Carmelo Anthony said, "and that's what opened the game up for us."
And they've done it two games in a row.
Anthony scored 34 points, Sixth Man of the Year J.R. Smith added 19, and New York took a 2-0 lead over the Boston Celtics with another dominant second half in an 87-71 victory Tuesday night.
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