As is usually the case, things aren’t very fun in the world/circus of the New York Knicks this season. But they at least have some intriguing young players, such as 19-year-old rookie Kevin Knox.

And during the Knicks-76ers game on Wednesday night, the ninth overall pick out of Kentucky put Philadelphia’s Ben Simmons on a poster with a powerful two-handed slam.

DeAndre Jordan’s reaction summarized the dunk.

However, the Knicks of course lost, 126-111. Their 10-47 record is the worst mark in the NBA, but it’s at least setting them up for the possibility of Zion Williamson joining Knox in throwing down dunks like this at MSG next season.

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