The Knicks hung in there after getting blitzed early in the first quarter by the 76ers, but lost, 108-105, on Sunday afternoon at Madison Square Garden. >> Box score
Things to know about Sunday's game
1) After trailing by as many as 24 points, the Knicks made a furious third quarter comeback to draw within 83-82 entering the fourth quarter. But the sixers scored the first 11 points of the quarter to put the game out of reach.
2) Kevin Knox scored a career-high 31 points on 11-for-22 shooting, including three makes from downtown. He added six rebounds.
3) Luke Kornet had a huge game off the bench, scoring 23 points while grabbing five rebounds and notching five assists. Frank Ntilikina was solid off the bench, with eight points and six assists while playing 27 minutes.
4) Joel Embiid (26 points, 8 rebounds), and Ben Simmons (22 points, 22 rebounds, and nine assists) had huge games for Philadelphia.
5) With the loss, the Knicks (10-33) drew even with the Bulls for the second-worst record in the NBA. New York trails the Cavaliers (8-35) by two games for the worst record in the league.
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The Knicks travel to London where they'll face the Wizards on Thursday at 3 p.m.