Simmons records double-double as 76ers top Hawks

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Granlund makes Wild pay for leaving him alone in front of the net

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Hardaway Jr. helps Knicks rout Nets, end five-game skid

NEW YORK — His mouth bloodied, Tim Hardaway Jr. ran to the locker room shortly before halftime.

Then he came back and helped the Knicks run all over the Nets.

Hardaway scored 25 points and tied a career high with eight assists, and New York rolled to its second win of the season, beating Brooklyn 115-96 on Monday night.

Frank Ntilikina added 16 points and Enes Kanter had 15 points and 15 rebounds off the bench for the Knicks, who had dropped five straight since beating Atlanta in their first game under David Fizdale.

“He preaches competitors only when you step through these doors, so we can’t only preach it we’ve got to go out and do it,” Hardaway said after removing a blood-stained pad from his mouth so he could talk. “So we did it tonight.”

They ended their skid emphatically, outscoring the Nets 59-41 over the middle two quarters and leading by as many as 25 points.

Spencer Dinwiddie scored 17 points for the Nets, who dropped their third straight. They were coming off a close loss to Golden State on Sunday, and either didn’t have legs left or didn’t put forth much effort, getting beaten to loose balls and unable to slow the Knicks in transition in the third quarter.

“We weren’t ready to play,” coach Kenny Atkinson said. “We can look for excuses, but this is game five (actually seven). This isn’t game 74. We should have been more ready.”

The Nets beat the Knicks 107-105 on Oct. 19 on Caris LeVert’s layup with a second to play. This time, LeVert was 2 for 11 for just four points.

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Warriors, 149, Bulls, 124: Klay Thompson breaks NBA record for most 3’s in a game

CHICAGO – The drought is over. Klay Thompson has become a Splash Brother again.

After laboring through a shooting slump through the Warriors’ first seven regular-season games, Thompson set an NBA record for most 3-pointers in a game as he led the Warriors to a 149-124 victory over the Chicago Bulls on Monday.

Thompson finished with 52 points, while shooting 18-of-29 from the field and 14-of-24 from 3-point range. He exited the game with 4:05 left in the third quarter to treat a cut on his forehead that prompted him to wear a yellow headband in the third quarter. Before that, Thompson inflicted plenty of damage against the Bulls with his lethal shooting stroke.

Thompson tied for his second highest scoring performance of his eight-year NBA career, trailing only his career-high 60-point effort against Indiana on Dec. 5, 2016. Thompson set an NBA record with most 3-pointers made in a game (14), eclipsing Stephen Curry’s 13 3-pointers he made against New Orleans on Nov. 7, 2016. The Bulls called timeout after Thompson made his record-breaking 3-pointer for a 113-69 lead with 4:53 left in the third quarter, prompting the Warriors’ bench to greet Thompson at halfcourt with chest bumps and high fives.

Not only did Thompson match his second-highest scoring output in an NBA game against Sacramento on Jan. 23, 2015. Thompson did this after spending the first seven regular-season games averaging 15.1 points while shooting a combined 44-of-111 from the field (39.6 percent) and 5-of-36 from 3-point range (13.9 percent).

Curry had 23 points, while going 18-of-29 from the field and 14-of-24 from beyond the arc. Warriors reserve guard Alfonzo McKinnie added 19 points in his return to his hometown. And Kevin Durant finished with 14 points on 5-of-10 shooting.

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