It's a Monday in January , which means another week of Knicks basketball for better or worse.
New York plays all four of its games on the road this week, starting with a trip to Charlotte.
On Tuesday, the Knicks will look to seek revenge on the Bobcats who beat them in Madison Square Garden less than a month ago. Charlotte is an abysmal 3-14 on the year, but scored 118 points in the previous meeting between these two teams.
Wednesday night brings a trip to Cleveland. It will be the first time these two squads see each other this season. The Cavaliers actually have a better record than the Knicks and could present some problems with Kyrie Irving manning the point. While Cleveland is a mediocre unit, its playing much better than last season.
South Beach beckons on Friday in what promises to be a star-studded event. LeBron James and company will be waiting on the Knicks new-look bunch. New York will need to bring its best defensive effort of the year to slow the attack of the 11-5 Heat.
Finally, Saturday brings an end to the week in Houston. The Rockets have been red hot as of late, winning six in a row heading into this week. Kevin McHale has Houston firing on all cylinders. They'll be a tough match-up for a Knicks team looking to find themselves.
The times and TV are as follows:
Charlotte: 7:00 p.m. on MSG
Cleveland: 7:00 p.m. on MSG
Miami: 8:00 p.m. on ESPN
Houston: 8:00 p.m. on MSG
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