How the Knicks stole a win from the Sixers and left everyone wondering how it happened



It isn’t often you see a team score eight points in 21 seconds. It’s even rarer when it happens in a playoff game, with less than a minute left, against a team that has lost fewer than 10 games with its MVP-worthy superstar in the lineup.

But anyone lucky enough to catch the final minute of the Knicks’ improbable, jaw-dropping, what-the-blank-just-happened 104-101 win over the Sixers in Monday’s Game 2 at MSG knows what they saw they likely won’t see again.

For everyone still trying to process the hoops miracle, let’s dig into how the Knicks stole a game TNT’s broadcasters were all but assuming was going Philly’s way, until it didn’t.

47.1 seconds left, 4th quarter: Kyle Lowry, who tortured the Knicks all night with his quick hands and Zelig-like appearances to keep Sixers possessions alive when all seemed lost, misses the second of two free throws. 76ers 101, Knicks 96

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