Knicks rout Nets for rivalry control

The New York Knicks (16-11) reasserted their dominance in New York’s NBA basketball rivalry, securing a convincing 121-102 win over the Brooklyn Nets (13-14) on Wednesday night.

Julius Randle’s 26 points and Donte DiVincenzo’s 23-point contribution fueled the Knicks to their first victory at Barclays Center in four years.

Immanuel Quickley’s 19 points and Jalen Brunson’s 16 points, eight assists, and seven rebounds further highlighted the Knicks’ well-rounded performance.

The Nets, missing key players and struggling without Ben Simmons, lost their fourth straight game.

Cam Thomas and Cam Johnson each scored 20 points, but the Knicks maintained control, leading 60-51 at halftime.