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NBA: An impressive comeback for the Knicks against Philadelphia, Cleveland defeated Indiana | Israel today


Even a 21-point deficit didn't scare the team from New York on the way to 97:102 • Thanks to an impressive three-point display, the Cavaliers managed to beat the Pacers 103:122 outside • With a very lacking staff including Jokic who was absent, Denver had a very difficult time against Minnesota

In addition to an early game between Orlando and Charlotte, five more games were played tonight (between Sunday and Monday) in the NBA, with the focus being on the New York Knicks' performance against Philadelphia.

New York (26:29) - Philadelphia (18:34) 97:108

For years, Knicks fans have been waiting to see something from their team and this year they are starting to feel some progress that could perhaps indicate what is to come.

Despite a 21-point deficit, the host managed to take this game and mark a particularly prestigious V against Joel Embiid, James Harden and their friends.

Julius Randle was the standout at Madison Square Garden and finished with 24 points, 9 rebounds and 7 assists.

Jaylen Brunson added 21 and Owen Fournier provided 17 off the bench.

For the Sixers, Embiid scored 31 points, and the frustrated Harden who was not invited to the All-Star added 12 rebounds that did not prevent the surprise.

Knicks players surround Melton, tonight, photo: AP

Indiana (25:30) - Cleveland (22:33) 122:103

The Pacers gave a great fight but were unable to stand up against the barrage of three-pointers from the guest who scored 15 times from beyond the arc.

Darius Garland excelled with 24 points, Isak Okoro added 20, Jarrett Allen provided 18 points and 13 rebounds, with Donovan Mitchell Donovan adding 19 points and 6 assists.

For the loser, Myles Turner finished as the leading scorer with 27 points.

Garland on the way to the basket, tonight, photo: AP

Minnesota (27:29) - Denver (17:37) 98:128

Almost without any five players and without its big star - Nikola Jokic, Denver suffered an unpleasant defeat.

Anthony Edwards scored 20 points for the Timberwolves, while Rudy Gober added 16. Michael Porter Jr. finished as the Nuggets' leading scorer with 22 points, but that did not prevent the loss.

Russell Sniper, photo: USA TODAY Sports

Other results tonight

: Charlotte (40:15) - Orlando (32:22) 119:113, Memphis (21:32) - Toronto (30:25) 106:103, New Orleans (27:28) - Sacramento (23: 29) 104:136

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Source: israelhayom

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