No broken bones
Luckily for the Cavs, nothing was broken.
This comes one game after he was wearing ice on his left wrist after the Chicago game. He injured his left wrist in the Washington game.
-- The celebrities came out in droves for Friday's game at Madison Square Garden. Coming to the Garden, it's always fun to do a little star gazing. My personal favorite was former Yankees slugger Reggie Jackson. There were six members of the Yankees' World Series champion team on hand, including CC Sabathia, Alex Rodriguez, Mark Teixeira, Joba Chamberlain, Melky Cabrera and Robinson Cano.
-- Others on hand were Jay-Z, actor Chris Rock and former Knicks forwards Larry Johnson and Charles Oakley. Ex-Yankees outfielder Bernie Williams played the national anthem on his guitar.
-- LeBron James came to his pre-game press conference wearing "Steve Urkel-like" glasses. Why the new look? "I can't see," he said.
-- The Cavs scored 40 points in the first quarter, which tore the live out of this game. They shot 73 percent from the field.
CAVS (3-3) vs. KNICKS (1-4)
Nov. 6, 2009 at Madison Square Garden
F LeBron James
F J.J. Hickson
C Shaquille O'Neal
G Anthony Parker
G Mo Williams
F Wilson Chandler
F Danilo Gallinari
C David Lee
G Larry Hughes
G Chris Duhon
Officials - Ken Mauer, John Goble, David Guthrie
Cavs - Coby Karl, Jawad Williams, Leon Powe
Knicks - Cuttino Mobley, Eddy Curry, Nate Robinson