Left photograph of the Knicks' Quentin Richardson guarded by the Wizards' Etan Thomas (in back are Wizards' Caron Butler, right, and Knicks' Zach Randolph, right) by Manuel Balce Ceneta/AP; right photograph of the Nets' Devin Harris fouled by Pistons' Kwame Brown by Bill Kostroun/AP

  • Knicks 114 Washington 108: Games like this one are the reason the Knicks got Chris Duhon. Duhon is a true point guard, looking to pass before he shoots and he did it to perfection Friday night. Duhon had 12 assists and 0 turnovers as he dished the ball to his teammates and they found the bottom of the net. Zach Randolph had another double-double scoring 22 and pulling down 13 boards and Wilson Chandler had 17 points in his first start of the season. The Knicks still don’t play defense, but the offense looks like it could be pretty good this year.
  • Nets 103 Pistons 96: It was Allen Iverson’s debut for Detroit, but Devin Harris stole the show. Harris had 38 points, thanks to a busy night at the line and the Nets came back from a 13-point deficit after one quarter. Josh Boone had 18 points and 14 rebounds and Vince Carter added 18 points as well.