Tyson Chandler returned to the court for the first time since coming down with an upper respiratory infection. While it was good to see Tyson back in the middle of the Knicks' defense, it's clear he'll need a couple games to get back up to game speed.
The Bobcats' Al Jefferson lit the Knicks' entire front court up to the tune of 35 points and eight rebounds. With Tyson back starting and practicing, the front court defense will definitely improve quickly.
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