Knicks set franchise record in dominant win vs the Bucks

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The New York Knicks dominated the Milwaukee Bucks at Fiserv Forum (113-98) and remained close to the top of the East.

The visitors trailed by 19 in the opening quarter (19-38), but outscored their opponents 94-60 the rest of the way and cruised to an easy win.

According to Knicks PR, this marks the first time in franchise history that New York has overcome a 20-point deficit to record a double-digit victory since the NBA began tracking play-by-play in boxscores during the 1997-98 season.

Followings its win, New York improved to 6-3 in the standings, whereas the Bucks dropped to 4-5.

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