Donte DiVincenzo sets new Knicks record with 11 3-pointers in Pistons game

Donte DiVincenzo, a former Villanova standout and a player with a history of success in March Madness, made franchise history for the New York Knicks on Monday. In a game against the Detroit Pistons, the guard scored an incredible 40 points, breaking a new Knicks record for most 3-pointers in a single game with 11.

Late in the fourth quarter, with the Knicks comfortably ahead, DiVincenzo was tied for the record with J.R. Smith and Evan Fournier at 10 3-pointers each. With just over three minutes remaining, he confidently took a shot from beyond the arc, breaking the record and cementing his place in Knicks lore. The Madison Square Garden crowd erupted in cheers as head coach Tom Thibodeau gave him a well-deserved curtain call.

DiVincenzo was one of several Knicks players to score in double figures in the victory over the struggling Pistons, who have faced numerous challenges this season, including a record-tying losing streak. The guard’s performance helped the Knicks maintain their position in the playoff race in the competitive Eastern Conference, improving their record to 43-28.

On the night, DiVincenzo shot 14 of 23 from the field and 11 of 20 from 3-point range, adding to his impressive stat line with five rebounds, two assists, and two steals. The Pistons fell to the bottom of

By Aiden Johnson

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