On any normal night, Tyson Chandler might have been the first and the last player discussed regarding the Knicks’ victory at the Garden. But seeing an opponent — seeing anybody — score 54 points will sort of divert the conversation. So Chandler’s spectacular, career-high total of 28 rebounds, the second highest number in the league this season, sort of got overshadowed by Stephen Curry’s 54-point nuclear detonation for the Warriors. Yes, Chandler did not have to contend with Warrior All-Star power forward David Lee, the team’s best rebounder who was suspended for one game by the NBA for his part in Tuesday night’s brawl against the Pacers, and center Andrew Bogut is still hurt. Nevertheless, Chandler’s effort was impressive. “Unbelievable,” Knicks coach Mike Woodson said. “I thought he was the difference in the game in terms of our defense. He got everything off the glass.” Actually, there were like two or three rebounds he let others get. Or so it seemed. But none of that mattered to Chandler. “I just wanted to win obviously,” said Chandler who also scored 16 points and became the first Knick since Charles Oakley (1998) with 15 rebounds in a first half when he took 17 before halftime. “I was trying to make sure to limit them to one shot.”