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New York Knicks

National Basketball Association (NBA)
Team Record: 21-45
in the NBA's Atlantic Division of the Eastern Conference
Coach: David Fizdale (4-18)
Coach: Mike Miller (17-27)
Location: New York, New York

2019-20 New York Knicks Statistics
2019-20 New York Knicks Results

The New York Knicks of the National Basketball Association ended the 2019-20 season with a record of 21 wins and 45 losses, in the NBA's Atlantic Division of the Eastern Conference.

Julius Randle tossed in a team-leading 1,248 points for the Knicks and contributed 622 rebounds. Elfrid Payton dished out 323 assists for the squad.

Defensively, Elfrid Payton added 70 steals, while Mitchell Robinson rejected 119 opposing shots.

David Fizdale and Mike Miller coached the team.

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PlayerPos.Birth DateHeightWeightCollegeHometown
Kadeem AllenGJanuary 15, 19936'3"192Arizona
RJ BarrettG-FJune 14, 20006'6"202DukeToronto, ON
Ignas BrazdeikisSFJanuary 8, 19996'6"216MichiganKaunas, Lithuania
Reggie BullockSFMarch 16, 19916'7"205North Carolina Baltimore, MD US
Damyean DotsonGMay 6, 19946'6"205HoustonHouston, TX
Wayne EllingtonGOctober 29, 19876'4"200North CarolinaWynnewood, PA USA
Taj GibsonFJune 24, 19856'9"225USCBrooklyn, NY USA
Maurice HarklessG-FMay 11, 19936'8"208St. John'sQueens, NY US
Kevin KnoxFAugust 11, 19996'9"215KentuckyRiverview, FL
Markieff MorrisFSeptember 2, 19896'10"245KansasPhiladelphia, PA USA
Frank NtilikinaGJuly 28, 19986'5"190Ixelles, Belgium
Elfrid PaytonPGFebruary 22, 19946'3"180Louisiana at Lafayette Gretna, LA US
Bobby PortisPFFebruary 10, 19956'11"230Arkansas Little Rock, AR US
Julius RandlePFNovember 29, 19946'9"250Kentucky Dallas, TX US
Mitchell RobinsonCApril 1, 19987'0"225Chalmette, LA
Dennis SmithGNovember 25, 19976'3"195North Carolina StateFayetteville, NC
Allonzo TrierGJanuary 17, 19966'5"205ArizonaSeattle, WA


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2019–20 New York Knicks season

2019–20 game log
Total: 21–45 (Home: 11–22; Road: 10–23)

October: 1–4 (Home: 1–1; Road: 0–3)

November: 3–11 (Home: 2–6; Road: 1–5)

GameDateTeamScoreHigh pointsHigh reboundsHigh assistsLocation
Attendance
Record
6 November 1 @ BostonL 102–104 Morris (29) Randle (10) Barrett, Randle (5) TD Garden
18,624
1–5
7 November 3 SacramentoL 92–113 Morris (28) Randle (7) Trier (4) Madison Square Garden
19,812
1–6
8 November 6 @ DetroitL 102–122 Randle (20) Barrett (6) Barrett (8) Little Caesars Arena
15,463
1–7
9 November 8 @ DallasW 106–102 Morris (29) Portis (12) Barrett, Ntilikina, Randle (4) American Airlines Center
20,257
2–7
10 November 10 ClevelandL 87–108 Randle (20) Randle (16) Ntilikina (6) Madison Square Garden
19,812
2–8
11 November 12 @ ChicagoL 102–120 Morris (22) Morris (9) Barrett (9) United Center
18,668
2–9
12 November 14 Dallas W 106–103 Morris (20) Randle (10) Smith Jr. (8) Madison Square Garden
19,812
3–9
13 November 16 CharlotteL 102–103 Barrett (22) Robinson (12) Ntilikina, Randle (6) Madison Square Garden
19,401
3–10
14 November 18 Cleveland W 123–105 Randle (30) Gibson, Robinson (8) Ntilikina (6) Madison Square Garden
17,097
4–10
15 November 20 @ PhiladelphiaL 104–109 Morris (22) Morris (13) Morris (6) Wells Fargo Center
20,384
4–11
16 November 23 San AntonioL 104–111 Morris (20) Randle (8) Ntilikina (9) Madison Square Garden
19,320
4–12
17 November 24 BrooklynL 101–103 Morris (26) Gibson, Randle (8) Ntilikina, Smith Jr. (5) Madison Square Garden
18,770
4–13
18 November 27 @ TorontoL 98–126 Randle (19) Randle, Robinson (8) Barrett, Ntilikina, Smith Jr. (4) Scotiabank Arena
19,800
4–14
19 November 29 Philadelphia L 95–101 Randle (22) Randle (10) Ntilikina, Randle (4) Madison Square Garden
18,109
4–15

December: 5–9 (Home: 1–5; Road: 4–4)

GameDateTeamScoreHigh pointsHigh reboundsHigh assistsLocation
Attendance
Record
20 December 1 BostonL 104–113 Randle (26) Barrett (7) Smith Jr. (7) Madison Square Garden
18,005
4–16
21 December 2 @ MilwaukeeL 88–132 Randle (19) Robinson (14) Smith Jr. (3) Fiserv Forum
17,385
4–17
22 December 5 DenverL 92–129 Robinson (17) Robinson (7) Barrett (5) Madison Square Garden
18,171
4–18
23 December 7 IndianaL 103–104 Morris (25) Randle (12) Payton (7) Madison Square Garden
19,110
4–19
24 December 10 @ PortlandL 87–115 Randle (15) Portis (10) Payton (4) Moda Center
19,393
4–20
25 December 11 @ Golden StateW 124–122 (OT)Morris (36) Randle (13) Payton, Randle (5) Chase Center
18,064
5–20
26 December 13 @ SacramentoW 103–101 Randle (26) Randle, Robinson (9) Morris (5) Golden 1 Center
17,583
6–20
27 December 15 @ Denver L 105–111 Morris (22) Randle (9) Payton (11) Pepsi Center
18,867
6–21
28 December 17 AtlantaW 143–120 Barrett (27) Robinson (13) Payton (9) Madison Square Garden
18,268
7–21
29 December 20 @ MiamiL 114–129 Portis (30) Portis, Randle (8) Dotson, Smith Jr. (5) American Airlines Arena
19,704
7–22
30 December 21 Milwaukee L 102–123 Randle (20) Portis (9) Payton (10) Madison Square Garden
18,124
7–23
31 December 23 WashingtonL 115–121 Randle (35) Robinson (13) Payton (12) Madison Square Garden
19,413
7–24
32 December 26 @ BrooklynW 94–82 Randle (33) Robinson (10) Payton (4) Barclays Center
17,732
8–24
33 December 28 @ Washington W 107–100 Randle (30) Randle (16) Payton (8) Capital One Arena
19,033
9–24

January: 4–12 (Home: 3–6; Road: 1–6)

GameDateTeamScoreHigh pointsHigh reboundsHigh assistsLocation
Attendance
Record
34 January 1 PortlandW 117–93 Randle, Robinson (22) Randle (13) Ntilikina (10) Madison Square Garden
19,812
10–24
35 January 3 @ PhoenixL 112–120 Morris (25) Randle (13) Payton (6) Talking Stick Resort Arena
18,055
10–25
36 January 5 @ L. A. ClippersL 132–135 Morris (38) Randle (8) Allen (6) Staples Center
19,068
10–26
37 January 7 @ L. A. LakersL 87–117 Barrett (19) Randle (10) Payton (4) Staples Center
18,997
10–27
38 January 8 @ UtahL 104–128 Ntilikina (16) Portis (13) Portis (6) Vivint Smart Home Arena
18,306
10–28
39 January 10 New OrleansL 111–123 Gibson (19) Barrett (9) Payton (7) Madison Square Garden
18,003
10–29
40 January 12 MiamiW 124–121 Randle (26) Gibson, Randle (8) Payton (5) Madison Square Garden
18,861
11–29
41 January 14 @ MilwaukeeL 102–128 Randle (25) Randle (15) Allen (6) Fiserv Forum
17,590
11–30
42 January 16 Phoenix L 98–121 Randle (26) Portis (10) Payton (7) Madison Square Garden
18,215
11–31
43 January 18 PhiladelphiaL 87–90 Morris (20) Randle (12) Payton (7) Madison Square Garden
17,812
11–32
44 January 20 @ ClevelandW 106–86 Morris, Randle (19) Randle (9) Payton (8) Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse
17,133
12–32
45 January 22 L. A. Lakers L 92–100 Morris (20) Robinson (12) Payton (9) Madison Square Garden
19,812
12–33
46 January 24 TorontoL 112–118 Dotson, Morris (21) Randle (11) Payton (11) Madison Square Garden
18,883
12–34
47 January 26 BrooklynW 110–97 Randle (22) Randle (15) Payton (9) Madison Square Garden
17,831
13–34
48 January 28 @ CharlotteL 92–97 Randle (24) Robinson (10) Payton (8) Spectrum Center
14,342
13–35
49 January 29 MemphisL 106–127 Morris (17) Randle (14) Payton (11) Madison Square Garden
18,768
13–36

February: 5–6 (Home: 2–2; Road: 3–4)

GameDateTeamScoreHigh pointsHigh reboundsHigh assistsLocation
Attendance
Record
50 February 1 @ IndianaW 92–85 Morris (28) Randle (18) Smith Jr. (6) Bankers Life Fieldhouse
17,923
14–36
51 February 3 @ ClevelandW 139–134 (OT)Morris (26) Payton (11) Payton (15) Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse
16,303
15–36
52 February 6 OrlandoW 105–103 Randle (22) Randle (8) Payton (9) Madison Square Garden
18,895
16–36
53 February 8 @ DetroitW 95–92 Ellington, Randle (17) Payton (9) Payton (6) Little Caesars Arena
15,980
17–36
54 February 9 @ AtlantaL 135–140 (2OT)Randle (35) Randle (18) Payton (9) State Farm Arena
16,309
17–37
55 February 12 WashingtonL 96–114 Randle (21) Randle (13) Payton (8) Madison Square Garden
18,835
17–38
56 February 21 Indiana L 98–106 Portis (19) Robinson (8) Smith Jr. (6) Madison Square Garden
19,812
17–39
57 February 24 @ HoustonL 112–123 Barrett (21) Randle (12) Smith Jr. (5) Toyota Center
18,055
17–40
58 February 26 @ CharlotteL 101–107 Randle (18) Robinson (16) Payton (9) Spectrum Center
13,152
17–41
59 February 27 @ PhiladelphiaL 106–115 Randle (30) Randle (10) Payton (12) Wells Fargo Center
20,175
17–42
60 February 29 ChicagoW 125–115 Robinson (23) Randle, Robinson (10) Payton (10) Madison Square Garden
19,812
18–42

March: 3–3 (Home: 2–2; Road: 1–1)

2019–20 season schedule
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Henry Ellenson signed a contract with the New York Knicks on February 20, 2019. Henry Ellenson re-signed to a multi-year contract as a free agent with the New York Knicks on March 2, 2019.

Billy Garrett signed a multi-year contract as a free agent with the New York Knicks on April 2, 2019.

Mario Hezonja signed a contract as a free agent with the New York Knicks on July 6, 2018.

John Jenkins signed a contract with the New York Knicks on February 11, 2019. John Jenkins re-signed to a multi-year contract as a free agent with the New York Knicks on February 21, 2019.

Luke Kornet signed a contract as a free agent with the New York Knicks on July 6, 2018.

Lance Thomas signed a contract with the New York Knicks on January 10, 2015. Lance Thomas re-signed to a contract as a free agent with the New York Knicks on January 21, 2015. Lance Thomas re-signed to a contract as a free agent with the New York Knicks on January 31, 2015. Lance Thomas re-signed to a contract as a free agent with the New York Knicks on July 10, 2015. Lance Thomas re-signed to a multi-year contract as a free agent with the New York Knicks on July 8, 2016.

Allonzo Trier signed a multi-year contract as a free agent with the New York Knicks on December 13, 2018.

Noah Vonleh signed a contract as a free agent with the New York Knicks on July 24, 2018.

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NEW YORK KNICKS ROSTER FOR 2020-2021 NBA SEASON
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2018–19 New York Knicks season

2018–19 game log
Total: 17–65 (Home: 9–32; Road: 8–33)

October: 2–6 (Home: 2–3; Road: 0–3)

GameDateTeamScoreHigh pointsHigh reboundsHigh assistsLocation
Attendance
Record
1 October 17 AtlantaW 126–107 Hardaway Jr. (31) Kanter (11) Hardaway Jr. (5) Madison Square Garden
18,249
1–0
2 October 19 @ BrooklynL 105–107 Hardaway Jr., Kanter (29) Kanter (10) Burke, Ntilikina (4) Barclays Center
17,732
1–1
3 October 20 BostonL 101–103 Hardaway Jr. (24) Kanter (15) Burke (9) Madison Square Garden
19,427
1–2
4 October 22 @ MilwaukeeL 113–124 Hardaway Jr. (24) Kanter (13) Ntilikina (5) Fiserv Forum
16,228
1–3
5 October 24 @ MiamiL 87–110 Dotson (20) Dotson (10) Ntilikina (5) American Airlines Arena
19,600
1–4
6 October 26 Golden StateL 100–128 Hardaway Jr. (24) Kanter (13) Hardaway Jr., Vonleh (4) Madison Square Garden
19,812
1–5
7 October 29 Brooklyn W 115–96 Hardaway Jr. (25) Kanter (15) Hardaway Jr. (8) Madison Square Garden
19,221
2–5
8 October 31 IndianaL 101–107 Hardaway Jr. (37) Vonleh (10) Ntilikina (7) Madison Square Garden
18,295
2–6

November: 5–10 (Home: 1–3; Road: 4–7)

GameDateTeamScoreHigh pointsHigh reboundsHigh assistsLocation
Attendance
Record
9 November 2 @ DallasW 118–106 Trier (23) Robinson (10) Ntilikina (7) American Airlines Center
20,008
3–6
10 November 4 @ WashingtonL 95–108 Kanter (18) Kanter (12) Hardaway Jr. (4) Capital One Arena
16,679
3–7
11 November 5 ChicagoL 115–116 (2OT)Kanter (23) Kanter (24) Kanter (7) Madison Square Garden
19,812
3–8
12 November 7 @ AtlantaW 112–107 Hardaway Jr. (34) Vonleh (13) Hardaway Jr., Mudiay, Ntilikina (3) State Farm Arena
12,412
4–8
13 November 10 @ TorontoL 112–128 Hardaway Jr. (27) Kanter (15) Ntilikina (4) Scotiabank Arena
19,800
4–9
14 November 11 OrlandoL 89–115 Knox (17) Kanter (15) Burke (5) Madison Square Garden
19,812
4–10
15 November 14 @ Oklahoma CityL 103–128 Hardaway Jr. (20) Hezonja (6) Mudiay (5) Chesapeake Energy Arena
18,203
4–11
16 November 16 @ New OrleansL 124–129 Hardaway Jr. (30) Hardaway Jr. (8) Trier (5) Smoothie King Center
14,717
4–12
17 November 18 @ Orlando L 117–131 Hardaway Jr. (32) Kanter (19) Kanter (3) Amway Center
15,898
4–13
18 November 20 PortlandL 114–118 Hardaway Jr. (32) Vonleh (14) Kanter (6) Madison Square Garden
19,812
4–14
19 November 21 @ BostonW 117–109 Burke (29) Kanter, Vonleh (10) Burke (11) TD Garden
18,624
5–14
20 November 23 New Orleans W 114–109 Mudiay (27) Kanter, Vonleh (11) Vonleh (5) Madison Square Garden
18,948
6–14
21 November 25 @ MemphisW 103–98 Hardaway Jr. (22) Kanter (26) Mudiay (4) FedExForum
14,331
7–14
22 November 27 @ DetroitL 108–115 Trier (24) Kanter (14) Trier (7) Little Caesars Arena
13,935
7–15
23 November 28 @ PhiladelphiaL 91–117 Hezonja, Kanter (17) Knox, Vonleh (7) Hardaway Jr. (3) Wells Fargo Center
20,274
7–16

December: 2–12 (Home: 1–6; Road: 1–6)

GameDateTeamScoreHigh pointsHigh reboundsHigh assistsLocation
Attendance
Record
24 December 1 MilwaukeeW 136–134 (OT)Mudiay (28) Kanter (7) Hardaway Jr. (8) Madison Square Garden
19,812
8–16
25 December 3 WashingtonL 107–110 Hardaway Jr. (20) Kanter (16) Knox, Mudiay (4) Madison Square Garden
19,440
8–17
26 December 6 @ BostonL 100–128 Hardaway Jr. (22) Kanter (11) Mudiay (6) TD Garden
18,624
8–18
27 December 8 BrooklynL 104–112 Kanter (23) Kanter (14) Mudiay, Vonleh (4) Madison Square Garden
18,662
8–19
28 December 9 CharlotteL 107–119 Knox (26) Knox (15) Vonleh (9) Madison Square Garden
18,602
8–20
29 December 12 @ ClevelandL 106–113 Hardaway Jr., Kanter (20) Kanter (10) Mudiay (7) Quicken Loans Arena
19,432
8–21
30 December 14 @ Charlotte W 126–124 (OT)Mudiay (34) Vonleh (11) Mudiay (8) Spectrum Center
17,622
9–21
31 December 16 @ IndianaL 99–110 Kanter (20) Kanter (15) Mudiay (6) Bankers Life Fieldhouse
16,646
9–22
32 December 17 PhoenixL 110–128 Mudiay (32) Kanter (10) Mudiay (6) Madison Square Garden
18,437
9–23
33 December 19 @ PhiladelphiaL 109–131 Hardaway Jr. (27) Vonleh (10) Hardaway Jr., Mudiay, Vonleh (5) Wells Fargo Center
20,424
9–24
34 December 21 AtlantaL 107–114 Mudiay (32) Vonleh (10) Hardaway Jr. (5) Madison Square Garden
19,080
9–25
35 December 25Milwaukee L 95–109 Knox (21) Vonleh (14) Mudiay (5) Madison Square Garden
19,812
9–26
36 December 27 @ Milwaukee L 96–112 Kornet (23) Vonleh (13) Mudiay (6) Fiserv Forum
18,058
9–27
37 December 29 @ UtahL 97–129 Hardaway Jr. (18) Vonleh (9) Kornet, Mudiay (5) Vivint Smart Home Arena
18,306
9–28

January: 1–12 (Home: 0–6; Road: 1–6)

GameDateTeamScoreHigh pointsHigh reboundsHigh assistsLocation
Attendance
Record
38 January 1 @ DenverL 108–115 Kornet (19) Vonleh (14) Mudiay (9) Pepsi Center
19,520
9–29
39 January 4 @ L.A. LakersW 119–112 Hardaway Jr. (22) Kanter (15) Mudiay (6) Staples Center
18,997
10–29
40 January 7 @ PortlandL 101–111 Kanter (18) Kanter, Vonleh (14) Mudiay (7) Moda Center
19,026
10–30
41 January 8 @ Golden StateL 95–122 Hezonja (19) Kanter (16) Mudiay (4) Oracle Arena
19,596
10–31
42 January 11 IndianaL 106–121 Mudiay (21) Thomas (7) Dotson (4) Madison Square Garden
19,812
10–32
43 January 13 PhiladelphiaL 105–108 Knox (31) Knox (7) Ntilikina (6) Madison Square Garden
18,596
10–33
44 January 17 @ WashingtonL 100–101 Mudiay (25) Vonleh (10) Trier (3) Capital One Arena
19,078
10–34
45 January 21 Oklahoma CityL 109–127 Hardaway Jr. (23) Robinson, Trier (6) Trier (8) Madison Square Garden
19,493
10–35
46 January 23 HoustonL 110–114 Trier (31) Vonleh, Trier (10) Ntilikina (6) Madison Square Garden
18,819
10–36
47 January 25 @ BrooklynL 99–109 Burke (25) Vonleh (13) Burke, Ntilikina (5) Barclays Center
17,033
10–37
48 January 27 MiamiL 97–106 Hardaway Jr. (22) Vonleh (9) Hardaway Jr. (5) Madison Square Garden
18,852
10–38
49 January 28 @ CharlotteL 92–101 Knox (19) Vonleh (12) Hardaway Jr. (4) Spectrum Center
13,963
10–39
50 January 30 DallasL 90–114 Knox (17) Robinson (7) Allen, Burke, Hardaway Jr. (3) Madison Square Garden
18,842
10–40

February: 3–9 (Home: 2–7; Road: 1–2)

GameDateTeamScoreHigh pointsHigh reboundsHigh assistsLocation
Attendance
Record
51 February 1 BostonL 99–113 Dotson (22) Vonleh (11) Vonleh (7) Madison Square Garden
18,343
10–41
52 February 3 MemphisL 84–96 Knox (17) Jordan (12) Smith Jr. (6) Madison Square Garden
17,025
10–42
53 February 5 DetroitL 92–105 Smith Jr. (25) Robinson (10) Smith Jr. (6) Madison Square Garden
17,853
10–43
54 February 8 @ Detroit L 103–120 Smith Jr. (31) Jordan (11) Smith Jr. (8) Little Caesars Arena
14,430
10–44
55 February 9 TorontoL 99–104 Knox (20) Jordan (18) Allen, Smith Jr. (6) Madison Square Garden
18,886
10–45
56 February 11 @ ClevelandL 104–107 Allen (25) Jordan (10) Allen (6) Quicken Loans Arena
19,432
10–46
57 February 13 PhiladelphiaL 111–126 Trier (19) Robinson (13) Jordan (7) Madison Square Garden
18,983
10–47
58 February 14 @ AtlantaW 106–91 Smith Jr. (19) Jordan (13) Allen (9) State Farm Arena
14,179
11–47
59 February 22 MinnesotaL 104–115 Dotson, Trier (20) Jordan (19) Smith Jr. (7) Madison Square Garden
19,096
11–48
60 February 24 San AntonioW 130–118 Dotson (27) Robinson (14) Smith Jr. (13) Madison Square Garden
18,019
12–48
61 February 26 OrlandoW 108–103 Mudiay (19) Robinson (14) Ellenson (5) Madison Square Garden
17,833
13–48
62 February 28 Cleveland L 118–125 Trier (22) Vonleh (10) Smith Jr. (8) Madison Square Garden
17,573
13–49

March: 1–13 (Home: 1–6; Road: 0–7)

GameDateTeamScoreHigh pointsHigh reboundsHigh assistsLocation
Attendance
Record
63 March 3 @ L.A. ClippersL 107–128 Dotson, Vonleh (17) Robinson (13) Smith Jr. (6) Staples Center
19,068
13–50
64 March 4 @ SacramentoL 108–115 Trier (29) Vonleh (13) Mudiay, Smith Jr. (5) Golden 1 Center
17,034
13–51
65 March 6 @ PhoenixL 96–107 Jordan (17) Jordan (14) Smith Jr. (6) Talking Stick Resort Arena
14,427
13–52
66 March 9 Sacramento L 94–102 Smith Jr. (18) Jordan (15) Smith Jr. (5) Madison Square Garden
19,812
13–53
67 March 10 @ MinnesotaL 92–103 Dotson (26) Robinson (10) Dotson (6) Target Center
13,806
13–54
68 March 12 @ IndianaL 98–103 Mudiay (21) Jordan (16) Jordan (5) Bankers Life Fieldhouse
16,679
13–55
69 March 15 @ San AntonioL 83–109 Dotson (21) Jordan (13) Jordan (9) AT&T Center
18,354
13–56
70 March 17 L.A. LakersW 124–123 Mudiay (28) Jordan (17) Mudiay (8) Madison Square Garden
19,812
14–56
71 March 18 @ TorontoL 92–128 Trier (22) Jordan, Knox (6) Hezonja, Jordan, Mudiay, Trier (3) Scotiabank Arena
19,800
14–57
72 March 20 UtahL 116–137 Knox (27) Robinson (12) Ellenson, Jordan, Mudiay (5) Madison Square Garden
18,530
14–58
73 March 22 DenverL 93–111 Mudiay (21) Jordan (11) Ntilikina (5) Madison Square Garden
19,290
14–59
74 March 24 L.A. Clippers L 113–124 Mudiay (26) Jordan (13) Mudiay (7) Madison Square Garden
18,263
14–60
75 March 28 Toronto L 92–117 Robinson (19) Robinson (21) Jordan (4) Madison Square Garden
19,812
14–61
76 March 30 MiamiL 92–100 Mudiay (24) Robinson (14) Allen (6) Madison Square Garden
19,812
14–62

April: 3–3 (Home: 2–1; Road: 1–2)

GameDateTeamScoreHigh pointsHigh reboundsHigh assistsLocation
Attendance
Record
77 April 1 ChicagoW 113–105 Kornet (24) Robinson (10) Dotson (6) Madison Square Garden
18,874
15–62
78 April 3 @ OrlandoL 100–114 Hezonja (29) Hezonja, Robinson (9) Mudiay (10) Amway Center
18,846
15–63
79 April 5 @ HoustonL 96–120 Ellenson, Hezonja (16) Hezonja (16) Hezonja (11) Toyota Center
18,055
15–64
80 April 7 WashingtonW 113–110 Hezonja (30) Robinson (11) Dotson, Hezonja, Knox, Smith Jr. (5) Madison Square Garden
19,812
16–64
81 April 9 @ Chicago W 96–86 Smith Jr. (25) Robinson (17) Smith Jr. (5) United Center
21,350
17–64
82 April 10 DetroitL 89–115 Jenkins (16) Knox (7) Allen (8) Madison Square Garden
19,812
17–65
2018–19 season schedule
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