Tracy McGrady Leads New York with 15 Points, But Knicks Fall To Bucks

February 22nd, 2010 by Denton Ramsey Leave a reply »
I know there’s only so much one individual player can do for a team, especially if that team is the reeling New York Knicks in the ever-weak but somewhat improving Eastern Conference.

Regardless of the conference, Tracy McGrady and the new-look Knicks continued their losing ways on Monday evening at home against the Milwaukee Bucks.

T-Mac led the way offensively for New York with 15 points (while actually having a poor shooting night in draining just five of the 14 shots he attempted), but the Knicks fell again, this time in an 83-67 lopsided loss to the Bucks.

To make matters worse, McGrady is also uncertain if he will play in the Knicks’ next game after banging knees a couple times against the Bucks.

“Hopefully it’s not sore tomorrow,” McGrady told ESPN. “I may lace them up and play tomorrow, but we’ll see.”

Also scoring in double-digits for the Knicks were David Lee (12 PTS, 13 REB) and newly-acquired Eddie House (10 PTS, 3 AST); newcomer Sergio Rodriguez also picked up a game-high eight steals.

“I don’t want to make too many excuses, but obviously we weren’t familiar with what we’re ...

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