It's pretty scary to see a team doing this well so close to the playoffs; it's downright traumatizing when you have one of the league's best players playing this well. Just look at the Bucks' Larry Sanders in the picture above, which looks sort of like a a traumatized face. The forward just watch Carmelo Anthony put up his third straight 40-point game to lead the Knicks to their 11th straight win. He scored 50 and 40 points in his past two games, a feat which hasn't been done by a Knick since Bernard King did so in 1984-85.

And what's more? J.R. Smith was also hot, scoring 30 points tonight. What's that about late season struggling?