After suffering a tough loss to the Spurs Sunday night, Carmelo Anthony and the New York Knicks pay a visit to LeBron James and the Cavs.

New York Knicks (2-2)
Cleveland Cavaliers (3-1)
Wednesday, November 4, 8:00 PM
Quicken Loans Arena

By Robby Sabo

Believe it or not, Carmelo Anthony is 12-11 in his career when put up against a LeBron James NBA team.

LeBron looks to even that career series up tonight as Melo’s New York Knicks invade Quicken Loans Arena to take on the Cleveland Cavaliers.


Unfortunately for the Cavs, two of the former Knicks who now call Cleveland home, will be out of the lineup. Iman Shumpert were already knew about – as he’s out for a little while longer – but J.R. Smith will also miss tonight’s action with a bruised right knee.

James is coming fresh off a huge milestone. During their third consecutive win on Monday night (76ers), LeBron became the youngest player in history to record 25,000 career points.

New York is looking to remain perfect on the road during the young season (2-0).

Tip-off is slated for 8 PM ET from Cleveland.

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