Jan 30, 2014; New York, NY, USA; New York Knicks small forward Carmelo Anthony (7) readies to drive past Cleveland Cavaliers shooting guard Dion Waiters (3) during the first quarter at Madison Square Garden. Mandatory Credit: Anthony Gruppuso-USA TODAY Sports

Cleveland Cavaliers Vs. New York Knicks: Fourth Quarter Thoughts

The Cleveland Cavaliers Vs New York Knicks are on national TV tonight on TNT. The Cavs have had interesting splits in quarters and halves so tonight we will give thoughts per quarter and see what we see each quarter.

The 4th quarter was ugly. The team played poorly. The Knicks continued to play well. The lead started at 16 points and ended with a 31 point dominance. The following were true of this quarter and game:

  • The Knicks looked like a team.
  • The Cavs did not.
  • The Knicks played like they cared and had fun doing it.
  • The Cavs did not.
  • The Knicks looked like they were doing things on purpose.
  • The Cavs did not.
  • The Knicks had Tyson Chandler to anchor their defense.
  • The Cavs do not.
  • The Knicks drove to pass.
  • The Cavs drove, then drove, then drove then either shot or passed with 5 seconds on the shot clock.
  • The Knicks gave effort.
  • The Cavs did not.
  • The Knicks had 6 players shoot greater then 50%
  • The Cavs had 2, and one (CJ Miles) only played 13 minutes.
  • The Knicks are athletic with alot of above the rim dunking.
  • The Cavs are not.
  • Raymond Felton had 9 assists, including a few beauties in the 4th.
  • Kyrie Irving had 3.

Left those 2 dots there for you to fill in. So many more points on the 4th quarter and the game in general. Cavs fans, take over. Someone has to because the team does not seem to have anyone in charge.

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