The New York Knicks are currently knotted up with the Cleveland Cavaliers in the NBA playoffs, with each team owning a victory heading into Game 3. However, the Knicks' Game 2 loss to the Cavs was a humbling experience, as Cleveland dismantled New York in a dominant performance.

The Cavaliers blew out the Knicks by a final score of 125-103, with Cleveland building a double-digit lead early in the game and never looking back. LeBron James led the way for the Cavs, posting a triple-double with 25 points, 10 rebounds, and 7 assists. Kyrie Irving also played well, scoring 23 points and dishing out 6 assists. Cleveland's supporting cast was also impressive, with Channing Frye and Iman Shumpert contributing 10 points each off the bench.

Meanwhile, the Knicks struggled to keep pace with the Cavs. Carmelo Anthony, New York's star player, put up a valiant effort with 22 points and 6 rebounds, but it wasn't enough to overcome Cleveland's firepower. Derrick Rose played well, scoring 16 points, but Kristaps Porzingis had a rough night, scoring just 10 points on 4-13 shooting.

The Knicks' loss to the Cavs was a tough one to swallow, especially considering how dominant Cleveland looked on the court. However, New York can take solace in the fact that the series is tied at 1-1 as it moves back to Madison Square Garden. The Knicks have home-court advantage in Game 3 and Game 4, giving them a chance to make up ground on the Cavs.

New York will need to make some adjustments in order to come out on top in the series. The Knicks will likely need more production from Porzingis, their rising star, as well as more consistent play from their bench. Additionally, New York will need to tighten up on defense, as Cleveland's offensive attack was too much for the Knicks to handle in Game 2.

The Knicks' playoff run has been a bright spot for the team and its fans, as New York has been searching for success for years. However, the road ahead won't be easy, as the Cavs are a formidable opponent with championship aspirations. Nevertheless, the Knicks have the talent and determination to compete with the best in the league, and they'll look to turn the tide of the series in front of their home crowd at Madison Square Garden.