NEW YORK -- Forward Evan Turner scored a season-high 34 points to help the Philadelphia 76ers to a 110-106 win over the New York Knicks on Wednesday at Madison Square Garden.
Turner, a third-year swingman from Ohio State, also grabbed 11 rebounds as the 76ers (14-28) snapped a three-game losing streak. Philadelphia is 6-16 on the road.
Rookie guard Michael Carter-Williams scored 19 points and pulled down 11 rebounds for his ninth double-double of the season for Philadelphia.
The Knicks (15-27) were led by forward Carmelo Anthony, who popped in 28 points and dished out seven assists, tying his season best.
New York lost five straight and is 7-15 at home.
Forward Thaddeus Young's 3-pointer, Philadelphia's ninth of the game, gave the 76ers a 105-102 lead with 1:50 to play.
Forward Tim Hardaway Jr.'s conventional three-point play gave the Knicks a 90-84 advantage with 9:27 to play, but two 3-pointers from Carter-Williams' on successive possessions gave the 76ers a 96-92 lead with 5:10 remaining in the game, ending a 12-2 run from Philadelphia.
The Knicks took their first lead of the second half on a 3-pointer from Shumpert to make it 68-67 at 9:03 of the third quarter, but the 76ers went on a 12-3 run to retake the lead at 79-71 with 5:00 remaining in the quarter. Young scored five points in the burst.
After toiling through a scoreless first quarter, Anthony found his shot in the second quarter. He scored 13 points, but it wasn't enough to overcome a 61-56 76ers halftime lead.
The 76ers controlled the boards in the first half, taking advantage of a Knick front line that was without forwards Kenyon Martin and Amar'e Stoudemire, who were both out with sprained ankles. Philadelphia out-rebounded New York 30-13, scoring 26 of its points in the paint.
Turner topped Philadelphia with 18 points in the half.
Philadelphia led 33-26 after the first quarter, converting 5 of its 8 3-point shots. The 76ers were 8 of 57 from long range in their three previous games.
Anthony managed just one point in the first quarter, missing on all four shots he took from the floor. He didn't sink his first basket until there was 7:53 left in the first half.
NOTES: 76ers G Michael Carter-Williams leads all rookies in scoring, rebounds, assists and steals. ... Knicks G Tim Hardaway Jr. is first among rookies in 3-point field goal percentage (.397) and fourth in scoring (8.3). ... Knicks F Carmelo Anthony is 1 for 18 from the floor in the final minute of games within five points. ... The Knicks are 28th in the NBA in free throws attempted and 29th in percentage of points scored in the paint.