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Parker, Spurs hand reeling Knicks another loss

Updated: 08 March 2012 12:39 IST

Tony Parker scored 32 points and the San Antonio Spurs dealt the sliding New York Knicks a third consecutive loss, 118-105 on Wednesday,which doesn't figure to ease the mounting frustrations of Carmelo Anthony and teammates.

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Tony Parker scored 32 points and the San Antonio Spurs dealt the sliding New York Knicks a third consecutive loss, 118-105 on Wednesday, which doesn't figure to ease the mounting frustrations of Carmelo Anthony and teammates.

Tim Duncan and Manu Ginobili added 17 points apiece in Ginobili's second game back after missing two weeks with a strained stomach muscle. Like the Knicks, the Spurs are finally at full strength again, but are doing a far better job of blending rotations and fitting all their pieces together.

Anthony led New York with 27 points.

The Knicks have lost six of nine. They bear little resemblance to their Jeremy Lin-inspired resurgence before the All-Star break, and booting Landry Fields from the starting lineup before the game didn't help much.

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