Nets Keep Struggling At Home, Lose To Cavs 99-97The Nets' last victory at Barclays Center, where they are 3-9, was a 122-97 blowout of Philadelphia on Nov. 4.
Knicks Crumble In 2nd Half, Lose To Wizards 110-107Bradley Beal scored 27 points, Kelly Oubre Jr. had 21 off the bench and the Washington Wizards beat the New York Knicks 110-107 on Monday night.
Nets Drop Third Straight At Home, Lose To Jazz 101-91The Nets are 0-3 on a four-game homestand.
Embiid's Big Night Powers 76ers, Sinks Knicks 117-91Joel Embiid put on a show with his father in the stands for the first time this season, collecting 26 points and 14 rebounds
Knicks Winning Streak Snapped, Lose To Pistons 115-108The Knicks (7-15) took an early 13-5 lead, but Detroit was up 24-19 at the end of the first quarter, and the Pistons never relinquished the lead.
Nets Give Up 20-Point Lead, Lose To 76ers 127-125Jimmy Butler made a 3-pointer with 2.3 seconds remaining to give the Philadelphia 76ers a 127-125 victory
Kanter Rallies Knicks Past Grizzlies For 103-98 WinEnes Kanter had a career-high 26 rebounds and scored 21 points, Tim Hardaway Jr. finished with 22 points
Towns, Teague Lead Wolves Over Nets After LeVert InjuryKarl-Anthony Towns had 25 points and a season-high 21 rebounds, and the Minnesota Timberwolves beat the Brooklyn Nets 120-113
Knicks Lose Double-Overtime Heartbreaker To Bulls 116-115Zach LaVine scored a career-high 41 points, including all eight in the second overtime and the game-winning free throw with 0.2 seconds left for Chicago.
Knicks Break Losing Streak, Cruise By Brooklyn 115-96Frank Ntilikina added 16 points and Enes Kanter had 15 points and 15 rebounds off the bench for the Knicks, who had dropped five straight since beating Atlanta in their season opener.
Bucks Rally Late To Hold Off Knicks 124-113Khris Middleton sank a pair of late 3-pointers and the Milwaukee Bucks survived a furious second-half rally by New York to hold off the Knicks 124-113 on Monday night.
Knicks Waive Joakim Noah After Two Disappointing SeasonsNoah appeared in just 53 games after signing a $72 million, four-year contract in 2016.