James Harden and Kevin Durant carried Brooklyn all the way until James Johnson made two free throws with 2.2 seconds left to give the Nets a 112-110 victory over the New York Knicks on Tuesday night. Harden had 34 points, 10 rebounds and eight assists, and Durant heated up after a slow start to finish with 27 points and nine assists. He had 11 points in the final 5:45, but the Knicks sent a second defender to force him to give the ball up on the last possession.
Speaking of Randle, he scored 34 points in New York's 109-103 setback in Chicago on Nov. 21. He made 13 of 19 shots in that game, as opposed to a 3-for-11 performance from the floor during his 13-point effort in a 104-103 win over the Bulls on Oct. 28. Randle, however, had bigger fish to fry on Tuesday.
New York City’s election results were officially certified Tuesday, solidifying Democrat Eric Adams’ victory in the city’s mayoral race. Republican Curtis Sliwa was Adams’ main competitor, but New Yorkers didn’t hesitate to make their voices heard and write-in more non-traditional candidates — including a few pop stars, beloved athletes and even one of Sliwa’s cats. PIX11 News looked over the list of write-in votes to find some of the weirdest ones submitted by city voters.