NBA: New York 95, Atlanta 91

Nov. 13, 2013 at 10:45 PM   |   Comments

ATLANTA, Nov. 13 (UPI) -- Carmelo Anthony touched off a four-quarter run with six straight points Wednesday that helped New York rally to a 95-91 victory over Atlanta.

The Hawks took a 78-72 lead with 8:28 to play on a 3-pointer from Kyle Korver and then went scoreless for three minutes while the Knicks were running off 15 points in a row.

New York's advantage grew to as many as 10 points in the final two minutes and the Knicks ended Atlanta's brief two-game winning streak. After managing only 10 points in the third period, New York scored 30 in the fourth.

Anthony touched off the New York run with a free throw, added a layup and then hit a 3-pointer. The Knicks took the lead for good at 80-78 on a Raymond Felton jumper with 6:24 left.

Anthony scored 25 points, although he made just 9-of-25 shots from the field. Andrea Bargnani contributed 20 points and 11 rebounds and Tim Hardaway, Jr. had 14 points.

Jeff Teague's 25 points paced Atlanta while Al Horford had 23.

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