Nice to see the Jazz hold on for the much-needed win in New York.
Of course, there was the inevitable fourth quarter collapse and an opponent career high, but as Memo said afterwards: The “W” is all that matters.
Rookie Toney Douglas scored a season-high 21 points for the Knicks, who nearly dug their way out of another huge deficit with a big fourth-quarter rally. But he missed just before the buzzer, sending New York (1-7) to its fourth straight loss.
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