Clippers play NY Knicks in first of a 7-game road-trip tonight at MSG.

The Clippers are without guard Chris Paul tonight when L.A. plays the Knicks in New York. Thanx: foxsports.com
The Clippers are without guard Chris Paul tonight when L.A. plays the Knicks in New York.
Thanx: foxsports.com

The Los Angeles Clippers hit the road for their annual Grammy Awards Road Trip where they head east for the first of seven games in eleven days when they take on Carmelo Anthony and the New York Knicks at Madison Square Garden tonight.

To read the rest of this story and to see the video recap of Wednesday’s thrilling come-from-behind win over Dallas, click here.

Los Angeles Clippers feast on the “Big Apple” Knicks beating New York, 93-80

“You can’t stop him, you can only hope to contain him.” – Dan Patrick

Knicks forward Carmelo Anthony gets shot blocked by Clippers' center DeAndre Jordan. Thanx: nydailynews.com
Knicks forward Carmelo Anthony gets shot blocked by Clippers’ center DeAndre Jordan.
Thanx: nydailynews.com

That was the idea for the Los Angeles Clippers when game-planning a defense for New York Knicks forward Carmelo Anthony. He entered Wednesday night’s Thanksgiving Eve match-up between NY and LA as the second leading scorer in the Association averaging 27 points per game.

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Clippers look to take a bite out of the “Big Apple” Knicks on Thanksgiving Eve

Carmelo Anthony and the struggling New York Knicks visit Staples Center tonight to take on the Clippers. Thanx: thisismelo.com
Carmelo Anthony and the struggling New York Knicks visit Staples Center tonight to take on the Clippers.
Thanx: thisismelo.com

A couple of teams heading in those proverbial opposite directions early in this NBA season tip-off in a pre-Thanksgiving day match-up at Staples Center in Los Angeles Wednesday night.

Winners of seven of their last 10, the Los Angeles Clippers host a reeling New York Knicks team that’s lost eight of its last 10 including six straight – the longest losing streak in the Carmelo Anthony era.

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