The Knicks (13-55) head to South Texas on the heels of 103-98 loss at Indiana on Tuesday. New York has dropped seven consecutive games since beating San Antonio and Orlando for a modest two-game win streak late last month.
Emmanuel Mudiay led the Knicks with 21 points off the bench in the loss, with Damyean Dotson scoring 18, Kevin Knox adding 16 points and DeAndre Jordan hitting for 12 points and grabbing 16 rebounds.
"We fought the whole game and made some good runs, they made a run, but we didn't give up," Knox said. "They just made some plays late."
The Knicks recorded 19 turnovers in the loss at Indiana, opportunities wasted that ultimately doomed New York in a close game. New York has the worst record in the league.
"It's tough, but we understand what got us there -- it's the turnovers that really got us," Knicks coach David Fizdale said. "We just can't afford to give so many possessions away." >> Read More
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