Robinson powers Knicks past Hawks in OT

ATLANTA -- Nate Robinson scored 11 of his 41 points in overtime in a dramatic return to New York's lineup, and the Knicks beat the Hawks 112-108 on Friday night for their second win in Atlanta this season.

Playing for the first time since Dec. 1, Robinson entered the game with 3:01 remaining in the opening period. He made 18 of 24 shots from the field, came within four points of his career high and had eight assists.

Robinson had 30 points in regulation and then dominated the overtime by scoring 11 of the Knicks' 13 points. Three of his baskets in the extra period gave New York a lead, including a three-point play with 2:09 remaining for a 108-105 advantage.

Wilson Chandler added 24 points for New York.

 

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