The long-running joke of Ben Simmons' career has been his aversion to taking threes.
After what Kevin Knox just did to him, Simmons may never set foot inside the three-point arc again.
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The New York Knicks rookie threw down a two-handed flush in Simmons' face in the second quarter of Wednesday's game that sent Madison Square Garden into a frenzy.
When you get done hitting the replay for the 35th time, please take a moment to check out DeAndre Jordan's face. Then Joel Embiid's face.
Same, guys. Hard same.
Good news for the Knicks: This is undoubtedly one of the best highlight plays of the season.
Bad news for the Knicks: This is absolutely the only highlight of their entire season.
Feels good till you look at the scoreboard, man.