By Fred Kerber
It was, Carmelo Anthony said a few nights back, as if a cloud resided over the Knicks who seemed to be the living embodiment of Murphy’s Law, even more so. If something could go wrong, not only did it go wrong, but it usually ignited a five-alarm fire with it.
So on Sunday, the cloud didn’t disappear, but there was a definite break to allow a ray of sunlight into a dark, dank season.
Above all, the Knicks won, beating the Spurs, 94-90, in an upset of presidential proportions. Anthony passed NBA legend Charles Barkley for 25th place on the all-time scoring list.
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