Trey Murphy III and Brandon Ingram propelled the New Orleans Pelicans (35-24) to a resounding 115-92 win over the New York Knicks (35-24) on Tuesday night.

Murphy’s 26-point outing and Ingram’s 24-point contribution underscored the Pelicans’ offensive prowess, setting the tone for a convincing victory.

Joining the scoring spree, Zion Williamson added 21 points, further solidifying New Orleans’ dominance on the court.

The Knicks, missing key players Jerome Randle and Jalen Brunson due to injuries, struggled to contain New Orleans’ offensive onslaught, with Donte DiVincenzo’s 23 points unable to lift them past the Pelicans’ formidable defense.

Bojan Bogdanovic added 20 points off the bench, while Precious Achiuwa and Josh Hart contributed 15 each. Hart also had 10 rebounds.

New Orleans’ depth and efficiency were evident throughout the game, with contributions from players like Herb Jones, who added 15 points to the team’s balanced scoring effort.