Knicks fans have waited a long time to see their team win a playoff game – eight years and older. It almost happened on Sunday, but Young and the fifth-seeded Hawks had other plans. New York took the lead in the fourth after beating Atlanta in the second and third periods, but couldn’t hang on to the elusive playoff victory. Young, who was making his playoff debut, scored a high of 32 points, while Alec Burks led the No.4 Knicks with 27 on the bench. All-star Julius Randle struggled in his first playoff game, finishing with 15 points on 6 of 23 shots from the field. After finishing the first half of Game 2 without any field goals, he rebounded with an effort of 11 points in the third quarter.
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