By Ben Horney, Knicks fan since '94
For every Knicks shot that rimmed out, it seemed, a Pistons shot rolled in. It was that kind of night, as the Knicks lost, 92-86, to a Pistons team that shot a remarkable 50% from the floor, dropping our beloved Orange and Blue to 3-7 on the year.
But there's no need to panic at this early point in the season, the Knicks are still just one game back from the division lead. And if the team can build upon some of the positives we've seen, it's just a matter of time before the victories start piling up.
Here are my five takeaways from last night.
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