"Wilt Chamberlain scores 100 pts against the NY Knicks as the Philadelphia Warriors defeat the NY Knicks 169-147. It would become the highest individual scoring performance by a player in an NBA game. Not only did Chamberlain set the record for most points but also set a record for most free throws made.The game wasn't televised and there were only 4,124 people in attendance."
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I couldn't imagine Melo or Chandler with those uniforms.
"The NY Knicks beat up the Chicago Bulls by a score of 104-72. Patrick Ewing score 26 pts while Derek Harper had 23 pts for the Knicks.It was the largest deficit that the Bulls would lose by."
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This was probably my most memorable game as a Knicks fan. Nothing gave me more excitement than watching Michael Jordan and the '95-96 Bulls get destroyed by the Knicks on a Sunday afternoon on national television. I remember going to school the next day and seeing how all the Jordan bandwagon Bulls fans were quiet until the Bulls played the Knicks again and blew them out by 20 plus.
Also signifficant about this game was that it was Jeff Van Gundy's first win as an NBA coach.
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