The New York Knicks (34-22) emerged victorious against the Philadelphia 76ers (33-23), despite Tyrese Maxey’s 35-point display.

Led by standout efforts from Jalen Brunson (21 points, 12 assists), Bojan Bogdanovic (22 points), Josh Hart (18 points, 12 rebounds), and Precious Achiuwa (18 points, 11 rebounds), the Knicks showcased their offensive prowess to seal a 110-96 win over the 76ers.

Kyle Lowry’s highly anticipated debut for the 76ers was marred by an early injury, as the seasoned guard sustained a facial laceration following an inadvertent elbow from Knicks forward Jericho Sims.

Despite the setback, Lowry returned to action with determination, contributing 11 points in 25 minutes and receiving a warm welcome from the Philadelphia crowd.

With key players like OG Anunoby, Julius Randle, and Mitchell Robinson sidelined, the Knicks still managed to build a commanding lead and secure a crucial win on the road.