Knicks Blow 28-Point Lead in Home Loss to Nets

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The New York Knicks blew a 28-point lead at home in a 111-106 loss to the Brooklyn Nets.

“The New York Knicks are a national disgrace,” ESPN commentator Stephen A. Smith said after the game.

The Nets were playing without Kyrie Irving, Kevin Durant, and newly-acquired guard/forward Ben Simmons.

Durant may not have been playing – but that didn’t stop him from joining in on the fun.

Rookie Cam Thomas led all Nets’ scorers with 21; all off the bench.

Knicks’ forward Julius Randle had 31 points and 10 rebounds on 10-22 shooting – but it wasn’t enough to stave off the Nets.

If the panic meter wasn’t already at a ten in New York, it should be now.

The Knicks have lost three out of their last seven by blowing 20+ point leads, per Rob Perez.

Currently, the Knicks sit in 12th place in the Eastern Conference with a 25-34 record.

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