The winners started slowly and led by only 31-29 after the first 12 minutes, but they gradually pulled away with 37-25, 26-20 and 24-18 scoring advantages in the second, third and fourth quarters, respectively.
Orlando's largest lead was 118-88 with 37 seconds remaining.
Their rebounding advantage was 54-37.
Jamal Crawford led New York with 23 points and seven assists. Quentin Richardson scored 16 points with seven rebounds while David Lee and Malik Rose added 11 points apiece for the Knicks, who have dropped two straight.
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