By Melanie Evans-Rivera: Knicks Fan Since ’90
The Knicks were down by 22 points in the first half against the Cleveland Cavaliers on Monday Night. However, that didn’t stop the Knicks from winning on the road, 102-97.
The win is the Knicks second-largest come from behind victory in the last 20 years. The Orange and Blue also accomplished this feat without Carmelo Anthony, who went down with a knee injury in the second quarter.
The remarkable turnaround was a total team effort, and there were many positives from the latter half of the second quarter right up to the final buzzer.
Here are the highlights: