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The Cleveland Cavaliers will start their 3-game road trip against the New York Knicks when they tip off in Madison Square Garden this Friday. Both teams are playoff hopefuls this season and a win against a conference opponent could go a long way. While the Cavaliers may only be ranked one position higher than the Knicks, there is a pretty big discrepancy between 4th and 5th place considering that 6 wins and 5 losses separate the two teams. The series is currently split with both teams having one home win. The last time the Cavaliers played in Madison Square Garden, the Knicks came out on top with a hard-fought defensive battle from Mitchell Robinson. As someone who grew up in New York and has been subject to Knicks basketball their entire life, don’t trust the Knicks.
The Knicks have been riddled with injuries all season. The seven-foot rim protector, Mitchell Robinson, has been getting injured left and right and even missed a few games at the end of January with a thumb injury. Earlier in the season, he missed another 8 games with a knee injury. Currently, the Knick’s starting point guard, Jalen Brunson, isn’t healthy either. He sat out a few games with a bruised foot, and when he was expected to return for their game against the Magic, the team ruled him out. This was most likely because they figured the Magic would be an easy win. Even though the Magic are notoriously bad this season the Knicks ended up losing by 5 points. This tells us everything we need to know about the New York Knicks. They are far from reliable and have been struggling to win simple games all season. This game against the Cavs will be far from simple.
The story couldn’t be any different in Cleveland. Outside of Donovan Mitchell’s small sabbatical, the Cavaliers have been reliable and winning games. Since coming back from his injury earlier this season, Mitchell is averaging 27.4 points per game and 4.5 assists. He is an all-out threat and I don’t see the Knicks having any answer for him. Especially with Jalen Brunson not fully recovered. Prior to their game against the Hawks on Tuesday, the Cavs are on a four-game winning streak and I would expect it to continue in their next couple of games. I’m riding with the Cavaliers in this one. The Knicks are an absolute mess of a team in a matchup with major playoff implications. I just can’t imagine a world where they come out on top.
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