The Knicks’ second player in six days plays the entire 48-minute game

Before New York’s game against the Golden State Warriors last Monday, no player this season had played the entire game. It has now been done twice, both by a member of the Knicks.

On March 18, the Knicks defeated Golden State by a final score of 119-112. There is a similarity to that box score when compared to the Nets’ box score. Starting forward Josh Hart played all 48 minutes. He finished with his fifth triple-double of the season for a total of 10 points, 11 rebounds and 11 assists.

Now in his third season, Miles McBride also made an impact in New York’s win over its cross-state rival. The 23-year-old McBride connected on six 3-pointers against the Nets to score 26 total points. Donte DiVincenzo led the way with 31 points.

With OG Anunoby sidelined again due to an elbow ailment, McBride was inserted into the starting lineup to share the backcourt with star Jalen Brunson. In the last three games, McBride has played 143 of a possible 148 minutes.

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