Thanks to one of the biggest blowout wins in Knicks history, coach Mike Woodson's peaceful Caribbean beach plans for All-Star Weekend have been put in potential disarray.

The Knicks recovered from an awful first seven minutes to annihilate the Kings by 39 points, 120-81, Saturday night at the Garden with a barrage of 3-pointers, dunks and obscene runs.

The Knicks (30-15), who led 110-60 midway through the fourth quarter, staged their Super Bowl party a night early as they had a great time running up the score on the awful Kings (17-32).

Their largest margin of victory was 48 points — done twice against Philadelphia in 1972 and 1994.

The Knicks also tied Miami for top record in the Eastern Conference, and Woodson will be named the head coach of the Eastern Conference All-Star Team on Super Bowl Sunday if Miami loses in Toronto today.

Woodson said he won't watch the game and admitted he already has plane reservations for a warm-weather city for the weekend. But he said he would be happy to divert to Houston.