After losing their last four games in a row, the Charlotte Bobcats showed up on Wednesday night, defeating the New York Knicks 118-110 in NYC.
Boris Diaw led the Bobcats in scoring with 27 after failing to score a single point against Cleveland the night before. D.J. Augustin, Gerald Henderson and Byron Mullens each had a good night to help propel the Bobcats to victory. Mullens had a career-high 16 points off the bench.
“I think we started the game with a different mindset and were very disappointed by the game in Cleveland,” said Bobcats forward/center Boris Diaw. “We needed a reaction and that came tonight. We know now what kind of basketball we have to play. We know what is a good game, and that’s what we have to do. We have to reproduce what we did tonight.”