Playing on Christmas for the first time since 2001, the Knicks put up a decent effort but still lost to the Heat, 93-87. Dywane Wade proved too much to handle, pouring in 30 points and 19 rebounds. With the Heat in red and the Knicks in green, this game had a decided holiday feel. Too bad the Knicks couldn't join in the holiday cheer. They struggled, scoring only 31 points combined in the second and third quarters. Going 5-of-28 for the game from beyond the arc didn't help matters. New York, which has now played 45 times on Christmas Day, is now 8-4 in the month of December.