New York beating Atlanta tied to the series

The New York Knicks, who beat the Atlanta Hawks 137-127 in the NBA, achieved their 8th consecutive win. In New York, Julius Randle was the architect of the victory with 40 points and 11 rebounds.

Struggling to stay in the play-offs, the New York Knicks defeated the Atlanta Hawks 137-127 in the field and settled in 4th place in the Eastern Conference.

5 players reached double digits in the Knicks, who won their 8th victory in a row. Julius Randle made a “double-double” with 40 points and 11 rebounds, while Derrick Rose and Immanuel Quickley contributed 20 points each.

The Hawks, who won the season 27 defeat, was not enough to win Clint Capela’s 25 points, 22 rebounds, Trae Young’s 20 points, 14 assists, and Bogdan Bogdanovic’s 20 points, 6 rebounds.


Toronto Raptors-Brooklyn Nets: 114-103

Indiana Pacers-Oklahoma City Thunder: 122-116

Washington Wizards-Golden State Warriors: 118-114

Philadelphia 76ers-Phoenix Suns: 113-116

Cleveland Cavaliers-Chicago Bulls: 121-105

Houston Rockets-Utah Jazz: 89-112

New York Knicks-Atlanta Hawks: 137-127

San Antonio Spurs-Miami Heat: 87-107

Dallas Mavericks-Detroit Pistons: 127-117

Portland Trail Blazers-Denver Nuggets: 105-106

Sacramento Kings-Minnesota Timberwolves: 128-125

Los Angeles Clippers-Memphis Grizzlies: 117-105

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