The Sixers have no disadvantage on the floor for the New York Knicks, but have the same slanted 91-83, conceding their 13th defeat this season for no victory.
New York began the match with a 25-13 in the first quarter time. Carmelo Anthony gave the tempo for the Knicks, ending up with 25 points and 7 rebounds during 38 min of game. Nerlens Noel achieved his best delivery in career with 17 points and 12 rebounds. In the second quarter time, Philadelphia gained 5 points, 26-21, to the Knicks, thus continuing to believe in the half-time with a delay of 7 points, 46-39.
But, New York flew and regained 10 points, 25-15, and was up to 21 points ahead. The stats were slightly in favor for the Knicks to not to catch up with 50% to the firing against 40% side Sixers, 91% against 60% for the free throws, and 35% against 31 to 3 points. If the Sixers return to 8 points in two minutes from the end, 85-77, Carmelo Anthony has scored the baskets that he needed to seal the fate of the game.