2006_04_sknickslogo.jpg-Bulls 102 Knicks 85: With Channing Frye out for awhile and Quentin Richardson hurt for a few days, New York rolled out a new starting lineup, but suffered the same result as they have most of the season. On the plus side, Eddy Curry had 24 points against his former team.

-Atlanta 5 Rangers 4 (OT): The Rangers had their chances, building a 3-1 lead in the second period, but Bobby Holik got his revenge with two goals, including the game winner, against his former team.

-Penguins 3 Islanders 2: Marc-Andre Fleury had a great night in net and Sidney Crosby returned to the lineup with two assists as the Penguins snuck by New York on a fluke goal in the third period.

-Charlotte 96 Nets 92: Adam Morrison didn’t have to cry at the end of this one as he had 22 points in the Bobcats’ victory. New Jersey dropped its sixth in a row as they dropped out of first place in the pathetic Atlantic Division.