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Two days was plenty of time for the New York Knicks to dwell on a 41-point home loss, and they'll try to produce a more palatable result when they travel to Cleveland to face the Cavaliers on Tuesday. The Knicks, who have the third-worst record in the NBA, had won two straight games by 30 or more points before Sunday's 114-73 clunker against Boston. "It's a step backwards," Knicks coach Mike Woodson told reporters. "I thought we had turned the corner somewhat."