Nuggets Vs. Knicks: Denver Outlasts New York In Double Overtime, 119-114

The Denver Nuggets are 4-0 on its current East Coast road trip after defeating the New York Knicks in double overtime.

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Nuggets Vs. Knicks Final Score: Denver Defeats New York In Double Overtime, 119-114

The Denver Nuggets survived a trip to Madison Square Garden by outlasting the New York Knicks in double overtime, 119-114. Danilo Gallinari and Al Harrington led the way for the Nuggets, scoring 37 and 24 points, respectively. Gallinari and Harrington finished with double-doubles by each pulling down 11 rebounds. Impressively, Gallinari drew numerous fouls and wound up making 18-of-20 free throws.

The Nuggets almost closed this one out during regulation, but with just a second left Carmelo Anthony launched a 23-foot jumper to tie the game at 98. Anthony, making his first appearance against the Nuggets since last February's trade, scored 25 points, grabbed 10 rebounds and doled the ball out for five assists. He was 10-of-30 shooting, and Nuggets fans remember 'Melo putting up poor shooting nights like that.

The Nuggets played a short bench in the game with just Harrington and Corey Brewer receiving playing time. Andre Miller started with Arron Afflalo out for the game and chipped in 14 points and 12 assists. Nene, returning from a bruised heel that kept him out on Friday, scored 12 points and was around the glass for 13 rebounds.

The Knicks also received plenty of their game from Landry Fields and rookie Iman Shumpert, each scoring 18 points.

The Nuggets (12-5, 6-3 away) have won all four of their road contests on this trip and will try to make it a perfect 5-for-5 on Wednesday when they travel back west to visit the Sacramento Kings.

For more on this game, visit Nuggets blog Denver Stiffs and Knicks blog Posting and Toasting. Head over to SB Nation NBA for more news and notes around the league.

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Nuggets Vs. Knicks Halftime Score: Carmelo Anthony Scores 5 Points, Sees New York Leading, 54-46

The Denver Nuggets are down at halftime against the New York Knicks, 54-46, on Saturday night. In his much anticipated first game against the Nuggets since he was traded last February, Carmelo Anthony has just five points on 2-of-9 shooting, but he has pulled down five boards and dished out the ball for four assists. Rookie Iman Shumpert has 11 points to lead Knicks scorers while Bill Walker has a team-high 13 points.

For the Nuggets, Danilo Gallinari has a game-high 15 points and is second on the team with five rebounds. Nene, who is back from an injured heel, has grabbed seven boards, distributed the ball for four assists and added four points. Timofey Mozgov has added 10 points. However, the team is shooting just 41 percent from the field.

For more on this game, visit Nuggets blog Denver Stiffs and Knicks blog Posting and Toasting. Head over to SB Nation NBA for more news and notes around the league.

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