SAN Francisco. — Julius Randle capped a double-double performance with a tiebreaking 3-pointer in the second minute of overtime Wednesday night, helping the New York Knicks give interim coach Mike Miller his first NBA win while snapping a 10-game losing streak in an entertaining 124-122 victory over the host Golden State Warriors.
Randle finished with 24 points and a team-high 13 rebounds, and Marcus Morris Sr. scored 36 points, his most since joining the Knicks as a free agent in the offseason. New York rebounded from a 28-point shellacking on Tuesday in Portland to deliver Miller a win in his third game since replacing David Fizdale.
Mitchell Robinson and Elfrid Payton followed Randle’s 3-pointer with baskets, helping the Knicks go up by as many as seven in the overtime period before holding on to beat Golden State for the first time in their last 11 meetings dating to March 2014.
In a duel between 20-game losers and two of the lowest-scoring teams in the league, Draymond Green recorded a triple-double, while D’Angelo Russell scored 32 points for Golden State.
The Warriors forced the extra session by outscoring the Knicks 9-3 in the final 40.3 seconds of regulation, with Russell drawing Golden State even with a 3-pointer with 5.5 seconds left.