The New York Knicks had a game Wednesday night that made you forget they had won their previous four games. The Cleveland Cavaliers came into Madison Square Garden and abused the Knicks in front of their hometown fans 126-94. While the game was still being played in the fourth quarter LeBron James and his Cavs teammates made a mockery of the contest as they began to play the "waterbottle challenge" on the bench. To add to the blowout loss Knicks President Phil Jackson called out New York's star Carmelo Anthony for being a ball hog. To gain some perspective on what has turned into a media frenzy, we reached out to Knicks beat writer, Steve Popper, from the Bergen Record. He joined us on Big Board Sports.