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Knicks 107, Nets 102: Scenes from the Allonzo Trier Game

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Get this kid a better contract!

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The city belongs to the New York Knicks...as if there were any doubt. The ‘Bockers dispatched the Brooklyn Nets, 107-102, thanks to some exciting play from their young (non-Mudiay) guards.

The star of the game was, of course...Allonzo Trier? Yes, the two-way contract rookie from Arizona went buck wild in the first half, scoring 20 points before the break as the Knicks erased a 15-point deficit.

Frank Ntilikina played an efficient, albeit unspectacular, shooting night, scoring 9 points on 4-8 shooting. He did, however, bank in a lefty layup off a sweet spin move.

But you don’t come to games to watch Frank play offense: you come to watch him wreck fools. Watch this magnificent block on Spencer Dinwiddie, which led to a transition bucket from Trier.

Ron Baker displayed some classic RON BAKER HUSTLE, diving for a loose ball and getting it out to Isaiah Hicks for the thunderous dunk.

Check out Postgame Live with KnicksFanTV, tonight featuring our own Alex Wolfe and Ashwin Ramnath along with CP and J. Ellis!

Recap to come.