The New York Knicks picked up their third win of the season over the Philadelphia 76ers on Wednesday in New York City.
They beat the 76ers by a wide-margin 112-99.
Heading into the fourth quarter they had an 18-point lead, so it was all Knicks at Madison Square Garden on Wednesday night.
After the game, four-time All-Star Kemba Walker spoke to reporters.
A clip of Walker speaking can be seen in a tweet that is embedded below from SNY's Knicks videos.
Walker hit four straight shots in the second quarter.
"I was waiting for that moment," Walker said post-game. " It was a kind of moment I dreamed of when I was a young kid wanting to be in the NBA watching the Knicks play. Coming to a Knicks game and seeing how the crowd goes crazy."
The Knicks take their 3-1 record into Chicago on Thursday night when they face off against a Bulls team that is a perfect 4-0 to start the new season.
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