November 7th 1993: Ewing scores 44 points to lead the Knicks to an 115-107 overtime win in Cleveland
Ewing won the battle against the former #1 pick (1986) Brad Daugherty with 44 points and 10 rebounds in 43 minutes. Daugherty led the Cavs with 26 points and 11 rebounds in 45 minutes. Danny Ferry had 21 points for the Cavs while Mark Price scored 19 points and 12 assists.
Charles Oakley nearly had a 20-20 effort with 19 points and 22 rebounds. Doc Rivers led the team with 11 assists.
After the Knicks exited the 1st half down 11, the team made a mounted comeback in the 3rd quarter to cut the lead to 2. Despite shooting 2-13 from the field, John Starks hit the game-tying three to force the game to overtime.
The Knicks controlled the game in overtime and their defense held the Cavs scoreless in the final 4 minutes.
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