LeBron James, Kyle Korver Steer Cavs To Huge Comeback, 104 101 Win Over Knicks This is source I found from another site, main source you can find in last paragraph Cleveland.com You are signed in as Edit Public Profile Sign Out The Plain Dealer Sun News Media Insider Rewards >LeBron James, Kyle Korver steer Cavs to huge comeback, 104-101 win over Knicks Updated November 14, 2017 at 9:21 AM; Posted November 13, 2017 at 10:14 PM Cleveland Cavaliers vs. New York Knicks, November 13, 2017 20 Gallery: Cleveland Cavaliers vs. New York Knicks, November 13, 2017 By Joe Vardon, Cleveland.com firstname.lastname@example.org NEW YORK -- Leave to the side all the pregame drama between LeBron James and the New York Knicks, from their past president to their center and rookie point guard. Because, really, none of it matters. It's for Twitter and TV to froth over. What happened at Madison Square Garden between the whistles Monday was what can only be described as the Cavaliers' most important and impressive win to date. The Cavs beat the Knicks 104-101 on the wings of another huge fourth quarter from Kyle Korver and some serious James heroics. Cleveland trailed by 15 in the fourth and by as many as 23 in the second half, the starters so bad in the third quarter that Tyronn Lue yanked them all for the final four minutes of that period. Korver scored 19 of his 21 points in the fourth, including five 3-pointers. He scored all 13 of his points in the fourth quarter of Saturday's win in Dallas. "This is an amazing place to make a comeback in," Korver said. "I think that unit has a lot of confidence right now. We just kept telling each other, keep chipping, just chip away. We're not going to get it all back on one shot and like I said there was still a lot of time." James finished with 23 points, 12 assists and nine rebounds. Seven of those points and eight of the assists came during Cleveland's furious comeback. James' stepback 3-pointer with 1:23 remaining put the Cavs ahead 100-97 for their first lead since it was 25-24 early in the second. Korver converted on four consecutive free throws after that to keep the Knicks away. The Cavs also came up with two huge offensive rebounds -- one by Dwyane Wade with 12 seconds left off a missed James layup, which led to two Korver foul shots. And Jeff Green grabbed a rebound after James missed his second free throw with four seconds remaining. The Cavs haven't lost at The Garden since Jan. 30, 2014, a streak covering eight games. Also, the Cavs can count two consecutive wins for the first time since the first two games this season, and are back at .500 (7-7). Wade scored 15 points off the bench. He also stole the ball to set-up James' go-ahead 3-pointer. Channing Frye tied it with a 3-ball with 2:16 remaining. The Cavs were shooting 7-of-28 from 3-point range entering the fourth quarter and made nine 3s after that. Jae Crowder added 13 points for the Cavs. "I just thought early on we turned the ball over," Lue said. The Cavs committed 21 turnovers total -- James registered five, all in the first half. "Couldn't make simple passes," Lue continued. "Guys were open. We couldn't hit guys. Got some open shots that we usually make that we don't make (tonight). So, it was a little frustration setting in and I just told the guys, 'Stop feeling sorry for ourselves. Let's just play basketball. We had some good looks." The Knicks were led by 28 points from Tim Hardaway Jr. and 20 from Enese Kanter. Kristaps Porzingis finished with 20 points but shot 7-of-21. There's too much to the backstory of Monday's game, with too many provoking quotes, to rehash it all now. Click here for the full rundown. The gist is James said Saturday that the Knicks messed up by passing on rookie point guard Dennis Smith Jr., who was taken one spot after New York drafted by the Dallas Mavericks. James never mentioned Frank Ntilikina by name Saturday, which is who the Knicks drafted instead of Smith Jr. James said Monday he meant no offense toward Ntilikina, and his comments were intended in part as a shot at former Knicks president Phil Jackson. But Ntilikina was nonetheless upset by James' comments, as was Kanter. And James, of course, took offense to Kanter's wading into the whole discussion. Scene: Wade lobbed one to James for a dunk with 40.2 seconds left in the first quarter. The ball rolled away and Ntilikina bent over to pick it up, only James wouldn't move out of the way to let Ntilikina by. So, Ntilikina shoved James, multiple times, and then Kanter came over and was chest to chest with James. Naturally the two exchanged words. Both James and Kanter were assessed technicals. Frank Ntilinka & Enes Kanter stand up vs LeBron James pic.twitter.com/wdI3oBvgDu -- NBA RETWEET (@RTNBA) November 14, 2017 Thing is, Cavs led 25-22 after one quarter, and by most accounts were playing well. Then, the second quarter happened. When it was over, the Knicks led 51-38. The Cavs shot 5-of-23 and committed seven turnovers for 10 points. Their 12 points were easily the fewest they've scored in a quarter this season. The Knicks sprinted out on a 15-0 run in the second. The capper: Hardaway Jr. picking James' pocket and heading the other way for a dunk with 2:33 left. The Garden was roaring. Ntilikina was up to five steals. The Cavs, well, they were 2-of-17 from 3-point range. Ntilikina had five of his career-high six steals in the first half. James converted a layup and free throw with 11 seconds remaining, and Wade blocked Porzingis' jumper. Otherwise, it would've been worse. Remember, the Cavs won this game by three points. NEXT: The Cavs finish this four-game road trip Wednesday against Charlotte.