Knicks obliterate Celtics, snap five-game losing streak

Tom Thibodeau got a nice birthday present. Celebrating his 63rd Sunday, the coach’s Knicks obliterated the Celtics, 105-75, snapping a five-game losing streak in shockingly emphatic fashion. The Celtics (8-4) entered the game on a five-game winning streak and as the top team in the Eastern Conference, albeit without their best player, Jayson Tatum, who was quarantining after testing positive for COVID-19. They were a mess against the Knicks (6-8), who never trailed and led by as many as 37. It was the first time the Knicks held an opponent to under 80 points since 2016. Immanuel Quickley was a…

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