Thursday, January 27 2022

Game Recap: Knicks 103, 76ers 96

The Knicks defeated the 76ers, 103-96, snapping Philadelphias 6-game winning streak. Julius Randle led the way for the Knicks with 31 points (10 in the 4th quarter) and 12 rebounds, while RJ Barrett added 15 points and ten rebounds in the victory. Andre Drummond tallied 14 points, 25 rebounds and two blocks for the 76ers in the losing effort. The Knicks improve to 7-4 on the season, while the 76ers fall to 8-3.

Source: Yahoo Sports


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