New York looks to even the series at Two

The New York Knicks didn’t expect to be on a downward slide during the heat of the 2013 NBA Playoffs but that is exactly what is happening as the offense has dwindled from 95 points in game 1 to 79 in game 2 to a dismal 71 in Game 3.

“Offensively we just didn’t have anything — either team. It was an ugly game, offensively,” Head Coach Mike Woodson said after the game.

The Knicks did have one bright spot in Carmelo Anthony who led the Knicks with 21 points, the only player in double figures.The series moves back to Indiana for game 4 and tickets are still available.

Knicks’ Jason Kidd to Fight Drunken Driving Charge

SOUTHAMPTON, N.Y. (AP) — point guard intends to fight a charge that he was drunk when he crashed his sport utility vehicle into a telephone pole in the Hamptons over the summer, his lawyer said Wednesday.

Kidd did not speak during a brief procedural appearance in court.

“He is taking this very, very seriously,” his lawyer, Edward Burke Jr., said. “He wants to get this past him as quickly as possible. The legal process takes some time, but he is ready for his season.”

Kidd was arrested in July, days after signing with the Knicks. He sustained minor injuries when the vehicle hit the pole and veered into the woods in the town of Water Mill.

The misdemeanor charge carries the potential for up to a year in jail.

His next court appearance is Nov. 7.

Knicks’ Kidd to Fight Drunken Driving Charge

SOUTHAMPTON, N.Y. (AP) — point guard intends to fight a charge that he was drunk when he crashed his sport utility vehicle into a telephone pole in the Hamptons over the summer, his lawyer said Wednesday.

Kidd did not speak during a brief procedural appearance in court.

“He is taking this very, very seriously,” his lawyer, Edward Burke Jr., said. “He wants to get this past him as quickly as possible. The legal process takes some time, but he is ready for his season.”

Kidd was arrested in July, days after signing with the Knicks. He sustained minor injuries when the vehicle hit the pole and veered into the woods in the town of Water Mill.

The misdemeanor charge carries the potential for up to a year in jail.

His next court appearance is Nov. 7.