NBA: Knicks beat Hawks in OT, Julius Randle scores 40
Randle performs double-double to help Knicks win 8th straight game
The New York Knicks claimed a 137-127 victory over the Atlanta Hawks in overtime on Wednesday as Julius Randle took the spotlight to finish with 40 points.
Randle made a double-double with 40 points and 11 rebounds at New York's Madison Square Garden.
Immanuel Quickley and Derrick Rose came off the bench to add 20 points, while Reggie Bullock produced 18 points in the victory.
Trae Young, who left the game with an ankle injury, performed a double-double with 20 points and 14 assists in 30 minutes before exiting.
Swiss center Clint Capela also helped his team with 25 points and 22 rebounds.
With the overtime win, the Knicks won eight games in a row, having a 33/27 win-loss record in the NBA's Eastern Conference.
Cleveland Cavaliers - Chicago Bulls: 121-105
Indiana Pacers - Oklahoma City Thunder: 122-116
Philadelphia 76ers - Phoenix Suns: 113 - 116
Toronto Raptors - Brooklyn Nets 114 - 103
Washington Wizards - Golden State Warriors: 118-114
Houston Rockets - Utah Jazz: 89-112
New York Knicks - Atlanta Hawks: 137-127
Dallas Mavericks - Detroit Pistons: 127-117
San Antonio Spurs - Miami Heat: 87-107
Los Angeles Clippers - Memphis Grizzlies: 117-105
Portland Trail Blazers - Denver Nuggets: 105-106
Sacramento Kings - Timberwolves: 128-125