The Knicks flew to Los Angeles to hand the slumping Lakers another loss.
Kristaps Porzingis registered an incredible stat line of 26 points, 12 rebounds, and seven huge blocks to give New York a 118-112 victory.
Derrick Rose flashed signs of brilliance of the old D-Rose with 25 points on 12-for-16 shooting. He was terrific in the clutch, delivering a dagger right when the Lakers were trying to steal the game in the end.
But the highlight of the game came from Brandon Jennings.
On one fastbreak opportunity, Jennings whipped a pass to Courtney Lee ala Jason Williams.
Jennings went on to end the game with 19 markers off the bench, including two back-breaking triples in the fourth quarter.
Lou Williams tried to keep the Lakers afloat with 24 points.
The Lakers are now 10-16 for the season, while the Knicks remain fourth in the East with a 14-10 record.
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