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Knicks win first Christmas Day game in a decade

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The Knicks got a nice haul on Christmas. Kemba Walker gifted them a triple-double, the first from the All-Star since 2014 and just the third of his career. Julius Randle recovered his shot, knocking down six treys en route to an efficient 25 points. The Knicks (15-18) pummeled the shorthanded Hawks, 101-87, punctuating their first win on Christmas in a decade with an under-the-legs dunk from Obi Toppin in the closing moments. Spirits were flowing at MSG. “Definitely a very special Christmas. A very special moment,” Walker said. “To be home in New York, the crowd going wild. It was fun.” Walker…

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