The New York Knicks are on a bit of a roll lately. Sure, they’re still 15-22, but they’re 6-1 in 2014, and head coach Mike Woodson is giving credit to their defense for the mini turnaround, so things are looking up in The Garden. And that’s where the Eric Bledsoe-less Phoenix Suns found themselves Monday night, on the short end of a 98-96 overtime victory for the home team — a game that saw Carmelo Anthony go for 29 points and 16 rebounds. The game also featured longtime courtside attendee Larry David, who has a knack for being captured on camera at inopportune moments. Clearly, the game kept the old man out way past his bedtime.