On This Date In NBA History: December 25, Bernard King Scored Franchise-Best 60 Points


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1984 – In a 120-114 loss to the New Jersey Nets at Madison Square Garden, Bernard King scored 60 points, the most by a New York Knicks player in franchise history. He shot 19 for 30 (.633) from the field and 22 for 26 (.846) from the free throw line. King’s record still stands today and is the most points ever scored by a player on Christmas Day.

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