New York Knicks fall to their third successive defeat

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The New York Knicks lost their third game in a row on Tuesday night as Mike Woodson's side lost 92-86 against the Detroit Pistons.

The Knicks went into that game at the Palace hoping to make up for their recent defeats against the Houston Rockets and the Atlanta Hawks.

However the Knicks fell to their third successive defeat as the Pistons recorded their fourth win in their opening 10 games.

Knicks star Carmelo Anthony cut a frustrated figure once again, as the small forward was unable to prevent his side from losing their third match in 10 games.

Anthony, who committed seven turnovers during the match, vented his frustration at the referees throughout the encounter.

The All-Star forward said on Tuesday night's match:

“I thought effort was there, at times. I don’t know. We’re losing. That’s a messed-up feeling, a hurt feeling. Got to figure it out. That’s the only thing I can say about this."

Woodson will be desperate for his side to end their bad run of form when the New York Knicks host the Indiana Pacers on Wednesday night.

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