On This Date: Knicks break 15 game road losing streak

February 5, 1985: Knicks beat the Sonics on the road to break a 15-game road losing streak

In the midst of a tough 6-game road trip, with the first five games on the road, the Knicks snapped a 15-game road losing streak with a 110-108 victory against the Seattle Supersonics. Bernard King led the way for the Knicks with 29 points, 11 rebounds, and 7 assists. King scored 14 in the 1st half and scored 12 points in the final 8 minutes of the 4th quarter to help win the game. Additionally, Darrell Walker, future Knick assistant coach, had 18 points and 8 assists and made crucial defensive stops in the clutch.

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On This Date: Reflecting on the history between the Knicks and Christmas Day

For me, Christmas Day has meant a few habitual traditions: watch the Christmas Day Parade, spend time with family, eat plenty of food, and watch basketball. Yes, basketball.

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On This Date: Knicks celebrate Bernard King’s Birthday with a game-winning basket

 

December 4th 1984: Darrell Walker hits the game winning basket to help the Knicks win on Bernard King’s birthday

Future Knick assistant coach Darrell Walker hit the game-winning basket with 3 seconds remaining as the Knicks came back from a 15 point deficit and defeated the Denver Nuggets 100-98 in Madison Square Garden. Walker had a rough shooting night with 12 points from 4-12 from the field, but his baseline jumper was the most crucial basket for the Knicks. Continue reading →