The Knicks officially own the worst record in the NBA after the Suns took them down 107-96 on the road Wednesday night. >> Box score
Things to know about Wednesday's game
1) In this battle of the worsts, it was Devin Booker that shined above the rest for Phoenix. He dropped a whopping 41 points on 14-for-23 from the field and a perfect 7-for-7 mark at the free throw line. Booker also dished out four assists, collected five boards, and had two steals and one block. It was a true All-Star performance from the Kentucky product.
2) With Booker leading the way for the Suns, five separate Knicks tallied double-digit points. DeAndre Jordan led the pack with 17 points and 14 rebounds for a double-double, while Noah Vonleh, Dennis Smith Jr. and Damyean Dotson all had 15 points. Allonzo Trier totaled 12 points in 32 points.
3) Mitchell Robinson only saw 22 minutes off the bench, but he managed to have eight points and eight rebounds with a team-high four blocks on the night as well.
4) Kevin Knox got another start, but he didn't produce much again with only seven points on 1-for-5 from the field and two rebounds.
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The Knicks continue their West Coast swing with a matchup against DeAaron Fox and the Kings on Saturday at 12 p.m.