One week ago LeBron James made it clear he would like to play every game at Madison Square Garden if he could.
On Sunday afternoon, he played like it was his home away from home as the Cavs dominated the Knicks 101-83.
LeBron scored 18 points in the rout, as the Wine and Gold never trailed after the opening minute.
They outscored the depleted Knicks 36-17 in the opening quarter and never looked back.
Kyrie Irving also chipped in 18 while J.R. Smith excelled in his return to MSG with a highlight reel reverse alley-oop slam after catching a perfect pass from his former Knick teammate Iman Shumpert.
The Cavs conclude their three-game road trip on Tuesday night in Detroit.