The 2010-11 New York Knicks' season was filled with many historical references and broken records.
It was the first season that the team had any success on the court in over a decade—as a result, the Knicks often broke records, reaching statistical achievements that had not been reached in some time.
There were many of these throughout the season, and for that reason I present to you every single Knicks team record that was broken or historically referenced this year.
On March 18th, against the Memphis Grizzlies, Toney Douglas broke the Knicks' team record for most three-pointers made by a Knick in one game.
He hit nine three-pointers in only 12 attempts.
Thanks to the Knicks' victory over the Philadelphia 76ers on April 6th, the team achieved one of their most impressive feats for this decade—they earned their 40th win, making this season's team the most successful since the 2000-2001 team and eclipsing the 39-42 mark from 2003-2004.
On October 27th, the Knicks' first game of the 2010-11 season, they started two rookies—Timofey Mozgov and Landry Fields against the Toronto Raptors.
Many fans may have forgotten the hot start that the Knicks got off to at the beginning of the season.
They won 13 of 14 at one point, from mid-November to mid-December, to raise their record to 16-9, before ultimately losing to the Boston Celtics on December 15th.
Amar'e Stoudemire had a scorching streak at the beginning of the year, which ultimately carried the team to a 13-1 record over the course of the month, in which he scored at least 30 points in 9 consecutive games.
This was and is a Knicks record, with the previous being held by Willie Naulls, set back in 1962.
This achievement may seem unbelievable at first, but after considering all of the horrible finishes, it would make sense that the Knicks wouldn't be above .500 at the All-Star break.
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