New York Knicks picked right point

There's a strong case backing the Knicks' choice for putting the ball in Raymond Felton's hands. Elsa/Getty Images

Well, Jeremy Lin certainly didn't disappoint in his much-anticipated return to Madison Square Garden on Monday night, scoring 22 points to go along with eight assists and a game-high plus-18 differential while on the court. The rest of the Rockets weren't too shabby, either -- Lin's backcourt mate James Harden scored 28 of his own (and grabbed 10 boards) as Houston scorched the Knicks in a game that wasn't even as close as the 109-96 final score would suggest.