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NBA: Carmelo Anthony makes history and New York Knicks continues to make an impressive run

Julius Randle tops the New York Knicks

Russell Westbrook and Stephen Curry were shining while Carmelo Anthony was making history with Monday’s NBA action-but the night was from the New York Knicks, who scored their 12th win in 13 games.

Knicks’ impressive run was extended by defeating Memphis Grizzlies 118-104 and Julius Randle scoring a top score of 28 points.

Westbrook scored his 32nd triple-double of the season with 14 points, 21 rebounds and 24 assists, the best of his career. Washington Wizards I won 154-141 against the Indiana Pacers.

Curry scored 42 points-carrying his ninth 40+ points of the season- Golden State Warriors 123-108 victory over New Orleans Pelican.

And there was a move in the history book as Anthony climbed to 10th place after scoring 14 points on the NBA’s All Time Scorer List. Portland Trail Blazers He placed him at 27,318 career points, surpassing Elvin Hayes.

After the Atlanta Hawks defeated the Blazers 123-114, Anthony said, “It’s special to be in the top ten so far.”

“I don’t take this moment for granted. I understand how big this moment is.”

Elsewhere Los Angeles Lakers Without star player LeBron James, who was resting from ankle pain, he won 93-89 against the visiting Denver Nuggets.

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