Knicks End Mavericks' 6-Game Win Streak With VictoryThe Knicks said RJ Barrett, 21, became the youngest player in franchise history with consecutive 30-point games. He was 9 for 11 for 21 points after halftime.
Randle's Struggles Continue, But Barrett Steps Up Big As Knicks Pull Away Late, Top SpursRJ Barrett scored 31 points in his first home game since hitting his first career buzzer beater, leading the New York Knicks to a 111-96 victory over the San Antonio Spurs on Monday night.
Brown's First Triple-Double Leads Celtics Over KnicksNew York was 11 of 31 on 3-pointers, but finished just 6 for 15 from the foul line.
RJ Barrett Banks In 3 At Buzzer, Knicks Beat CelticsJulius Randle added 22 points for New York, Immanuel Quickley had 16, and Barrett 13. The Knicks didn't lead until there were just over two minutes left.
Barrett Has 32, Randle Has Big Return As Knicks Beat PacersAlec Burks added 14 points for New York (18-20), which snapped a two-game losing streak. Immanuel Quickley chipped in with 11.
VanVleet Scores Season-High 35, Raptors Rout KnicksFred VanVleet scored 19 of his season-high 35 points in the third quarte, and the Toronto Raptors extended their home winning streak against the Knicks to 11 games with a 120-105 win on Sunday.
Gilgeous-Alexander Scores 23, Thunder Beat KnicksRJ Barrett had 26 points and Immanuel Quickley scored 11 for the Knicks, who were without Julius Randle and Kemba Walker.
Burks, Knicks Bench Power Past Short-Handed PistonsNew York had a 65-7 advantage in bench points, and three of those reserves recently cleared the league's COVID-19 health and safety protocols.
Knicks Overcome Cold Shooting To Beat WolvesEvan Fournier scored 13 points, while Quentin Grimes added 11 off the bench for the Knicks in their second straight win.
Walker's Triple-Double Leads Knicks Over Hawks 101-87Kemba Walker became the seventh NBA player with a triple-double on Christmas, and the Knicks beat the depleted Hawks 101-87 for their first win on the holiday in a decade.
Knicks Waste Walker's 44 Points In Home Loss To WizardsThe Washington Wizards withstood a 44-point effort from Kemba Walker and a fourth-quarter rally from the Knicks, beating New York 124-117 on Thursday night.