The Philadelphia Sixers come from behind to beat the New York Knicks. After a brutal third quarter and a massive run by the Knicks to take a 17 point lead, the Sixers fought back and picked up the intensity to squeak out the victory. Ben Simmons was special as he scored 18 points, recorded 13 assists, and had seven rebounds. He also knocked in his first three-pointer in a regular season game as the Knicks went to a zone and left him wide open in the corner. Al Horford struggled so much late that Brett Brown adjusted and put Mike Scott in the game down the stretch. Well, that was an extremely powerful move as he knocked down multiple threes from DEEP to help secure the win. A great night from the bench as Trey Burke, James Ennis, and Matisse Thybulle created some spark.

More From 97.3 ESPN