Knicks narrowly escape shorthanded Sixers

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New York Daily News

PHILADELPHIA – The Knicks survived a scare against the shorthanded Sixers. With Philadelphia’s leading scorers Joel Embiid and Tobias Harris both out, the Knicks pulled away in the fourth quarter behind clutch baskets from Julius Randle and Kemba Walker in Monday’s 103-96 victory at Wells Fargo Center. Randle finished with 31 points, including 10 in the fourth quarter, along with 12 rebounds. Walker mostly struggled but arrived late with an and-1 floater that gave the Knicks an eight-point lead with 2:20 remaining. He then stole the inbounds pass to ice the victory for the Knicks (7-4), and a …

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