Milwaukee Bucks

Brandon Knight Pulls Up for Game-Winning 3-Pointer to Beat NY Knicks

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Alec NathanFeatured ColumnistFebruary 4, 2014

The New York Knicks seem to have a thing for late-game futility this season. 

That was none more evident than on Monday night, when Milwaukee Bucks point guard Brandon Knight pulled up and drained a game-winning three-pointer on the right wing with 1.4 seconds remaining one possession after Carmelo Anthony had tied the game up at 98 with a three of his own. 

With the dagger, Knight handed the Bucks just their ninth win of the season. He also dropped 25 points in the win and is now averaging 20.3 points per game against the Knicks this season.  

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