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Pistons 112, Knicks 92: Scenes from a fart-tastic final game at the Palace

Goodbye, arena.

NBA: New York Knicks at Detroit Pistons Tim Fuller-USA TODAY Sports

The Knicks played their final game at the Palace of Auburn Hills and left the Pistons a nice going-away present: a horrendous defensive performance. What thoughtful guests.

Tobias Harris had a season-high, Ish Smith threw roughly 30 uncontested lobs to Andre Drummond, and Detroit romped to a 112-92 victory. The Knicks fought back from a double-digit no fewer than three times, but they ultimately couldn’t overcome the fact that they are the Knicks.

The highlight of the game was Chasson Randle’s half-court buzzer-beater at the end of the first quarter.

Randle hit 4 of his 7 three-point attempts on his way to 12 points, a performance that would have looked a whole lot better if he had gotten a couple of foul calls.

Kristaps Porzingis struggled a bit with his shot, but still managed to put up a vintage Unicorn line of 18 points, 6 rebounds, 4 assists, 0 turnovers and 6 blocks. That’s cool.

Recap to come. Tank on, brothers. Tank on.