Nate Robinson hit five three pointers on his way to 35 points as the Bulls put down the Knicks, 118-111, in overtime at the United Center. Chicago completed a four-game season sweep of New York. Jimmy Butler and Carlos Boozer each posted double-doubles as the Bulls improved to 43-and-35 and gained sole possession of fifth place in the Eastern Conference. Carmelo Anthony became the first Knick ever to score 35 points in six consecutive games. He had 36 points on 13-of-34 shooting and also added 19 boards. J.R. Smith posted 28 points and 14 boards off the bench for New York, which fell to 51-and-27 and is two games ahead of the Pacers for the second-seed in the East.
The Bulls are in Toronto tonight. WRHL's Pre-Game Show begins at 5:30 on Newstalk 1060.