• Bulls 98, Knicks 89: A 17-point lead wasn't enough for the Knicks. The Bulls used a 17-2 fourth-quarter run to rally past the Knicks. The Knicks shot an NBA-record 29 3-pointers in the first half and 47 overall. That's two shy of the league record and eight more than the two-pointers the Knicks attended. Al Harrington had 18 points, but 14 of those came in the first quarter. Chris Duhon and Danilo Gallinari also had 18 points each.
  • Rangers 5, Islanders 2: Coach John Tortorella benched Wade Redden and forward Ales Kotalik and apparently lit a fire under his team. The Rangers got two goals from Ryan Callahan, another from Chris Drury and Marian Gaborik's league-leading 24th goal of the season. Andrew MacDonald’s first NHL goaland one by Frans Nielsen were the Islanders goals. Three of the Rangers' goals came on the power play.