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Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

The Knicks' new lineups worked well against Portland but New York couldn't hold a 10-point second half lead, falling 118-114 to the Blazers. The Knicks got 32 points from Tim Hardaway Jr. but allowed Portland to hit 46 percent from behind the arc. The Knicks, who've struggled on defense for much of the season, have lost six in a row.

Tim Bontemps ESPN 

The Wizards managed to come back from a 24-point first half deficit to beat the Clippers, 125-118, getting 30 points and eight assists from John Wall and 27 points and seven assists from Bradley Beal. Perhaps it will be a springboard for what has been a flailing team — one that benefitted from the Clippers tiring late.

Tim Bontemps ESPN 

Montrezl Harrell goes down hard after being undercut by John Wall on a long pass down the court from Lou Williams. Eventually gets up and walks to the bench, but the play is now under review.

Tim Bontemps ESPN 

Wizards have managed to get this all the way back down to a four-point game after their embarrassing start, as the Clippers have started looking like a team playing on the second night of a back-to-back. Some oddly timed Boban Marjanovic minutes from Doc Rivers didn't help, either.

Tim Bontemps ESPN 

Sindarius Thornwell has come into the game to replace Wallace, and made two free throws in his place. Because Thornwell shot free throws for him, Wallace will be unable to return to this game.

Tim Bontemps ESPN 

Bradley Beal and Tyrone Wallace smashed into one another. Appeared both might have hit their heads. Beal has gotten up and is being looked at by Washington's trainers. Wallace was down for a long time, and eventually walked off with a large towel held to his face.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

A look at a t-shirt from Allonzo Trier's "Bui1t 4 This" apparel. A portion of the proceeds will benefit Win, the largest provider of shelter and supportive housing for NYC's homeless women and their children.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Allonzo Trier's t-shirts and sweatshirts will be available at https://represent.com/allonzo for a two week period ending December 4, or until they sell out. Proceeds from sales will benefit the Win program, which helps homeless mothers and their children. Established in 1983, the organization has roughly 1,200 units of transitional housing which provides shelter for more than 4,700 people. It also focuses on solutions for the many causes of homelessness by helping women improve their job skills, life skills and health.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Allonzo Trier, the Knicks' two-way guard, was raised by a single mother. He said it was important to partner with an organization that helps single mothers and their children when choosing where a portion of the proceeds from his clothing line would go. "I am excited to be working with Represent and Win to support single mothers and their children in New York," Trier said in a statement. "This city has embraced me since the moment I got here and being able to give back to this community in a way that acknowledges my mom and all she has done for me means everything to me."

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

A portion of the proceeds for Allonzo Trier's "Bui1t 4 This" apparel will benefit Win, the largest provider of shelter and supportive housing for NYC's homeless women and their children. "With his generous support for families in need, Allonzo Trier is showing that he knows how to contribute to the team to help New York win," said Christine Quinn, President and CEO of Win. "More than 60,000 New Yorkers will spend the holidays in shelter, and the majority of them are women and children. Money raised through apparel sales will help homeless families get the support and services they need to break the cycle of homelessness."

Tim Bontemps ESPN 

The fans that are here in Washington are now booing the Wizards heartily as the Wizards are down 38-18 in the first quarter to a Clipper team that played in Atlanta last night.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Enes Kanter on starting at center for the Knicks against Portland: "We just need to win the game. First unit, second unit, lead the second unit, whatever it is we just need to go out there and win games. That's the most important thing. Obviously coach is always trying to do something to figure out what's best for us and we'll see how that works." Earlier in the season, Kanter said the right things about coming off the bench, but it was clear that the idea didn't sit well with him. Asked about the possibility that David Fizdale may change the lineup again, Kanter said, "We just lost five in a row, man. (Fizdale) needs to try to find the best fit for us. That's why we all respect him. We all respect his decisions. He's the coach. He's the head coach. He's going to make moves and for us as players we just need to not complain, just go out there and play our game."

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Mitchell Robinson will be out of the starting lineup for the foreseeable future because he was getting in early foul trouble, interrupting his rhythm and the rhythm of the group. David Fizdale was asked if he has any regrets over starting Robinson. "No, no, heck no. That's what it's about. That's exactly what it's about. We have to learn that, we have to see that. That's what all of this has been. Who can do what? Who can handle what? What's the best scenario for him to grow? So if I never threw him out there, how would I know? And I don't like looking back saying I should have done this, I should have done that. So I really felt like it was worth it. And now we know and we just set it up this way now. and that's why I said as we get to 20-25 games, I can start figuring out how we're going to move forward and get a solidified, closer to a solidified group."

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

On his starting lineup changes, David Fizdale says he wants to see how different players perform in different situations at this point in the season. He says he hopes to have a consistent starting lineup at the 20-25 game mark (part II): "I've got to put these guys through some stuff so they can learn and grow from it and not just say, ‘oh he's not good at that right now. This isn't necessarily his strength right now. So let's keep him away from that,'" Fizdale said. "I don't think that's player development. You've got to go through getting beat up and learning and doing again and doing it again. Over that time you grow. The suffering part is tough. If you don't do it well you lose. That's part of it. We're going to just keep growing from the experiences."