Saturday, Nov. 6, 2010
CHICAGO (AP) Toney Douglas scored a career-high 30 points, and the New York Knicks made 16 of 24 3-point attempts in a 120-112 victory over the Chicago Bulls on Thursday night.
It was an astounding display from the outside for the Knicks after they hit just 29.1 percent over the first three games. Leading the charge was Douglas, who made 5 of 9 but he had plenty of help.
Danilo Gallinari hit four 3s without a miss and finished with 24 points — all but three in the first half as the Knicks took a 21-point lead in going up 70-52 at halftime.
Meanwhile, Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook both had 28 points and 11 rebounds and the Oklahoma City Thunder rebounded from a loss the night before to beat the Portland Trail Blazers 107-106 in overtime.