The New York Knicks called their game against the Milwaukee Bucks one of the biggest games of their season and they understood the match's playoff implications.
The Knicks responded to the pressure and did not let the late fourth quarter deficit faze them. New York was trailing by eight points in the final minutes of the period, but their offensive attack was excellent and propelled them to an impressive victory.
New York went on to win the game 111-107 thanks to some clutch shots by Carmelo Anthony and J.R. Smith who finished with 32 and 14 points, respectively.
On top of that, the Knicks increased their lead over the Bucks in the Eastern Conference standings by two games. This was a big game for the Knicks and surely gave some confidence to the team as it heads into the final portion of the season.