Kemba Walker and Gerald Henderson scored 25 and 18 points respectively for the Charlotte Bobcats and they held off a late rally attempt to beat the New York Knicks 102-97 on Tuesday night.

The Knicks were once again led by Carmelo Anthony who scored 32 points.  Anthony got the Knicks within two late in the game.  The Knicks never led in the game.

Henderson and Walker hit their free throws late to seal the victory and the Knicks now fall to 1-3 on the season.

New York also lost their starting center Tyson Chandler during the contest with a right knee injury.  His status is unknown at this time.

The Knicks will seek a quick revenge when they travel to Charlotte on Friday to take on the Bobcats.

[Associated Press]