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Knicks’ Isaiah Hartenstein talks ‘monster’ final play that sealed win against Cavaliers

Jan 24, 2023; New York, New York, USA; Cleveland Cavaliers guard Donovan Mitchell (45) is defended by New York Knicks guard RJ Barrett (9) and forward Julius Randle (30) in the fourth quarter at Madison Square Garden. / Wendell Cruz-USA TODAY Sports

Knicks fans were hoping for a signature Isaiah Hartenstein moment this season, and they finally got one Tuesday night against the Cleveland Cavaliers.

With the clock winding down and New York up, 105-103, Cavaliers star Donovan Mitchell had the ball looking to win the game or send it to overtime. Mitchell blew past Julius Randle with six seconds remaining and went up for the tying score.

The 24-year-old center stepped in to help defend and jumped straight up to contest the shot. Mitchell threw the ball up and it hit the front of the rim, and the Knicks held on for the win.

“It was terrific. Monster play by him,” head coach Tom Thibodeau said after the game. “He played a super game all around. That was huge. I thought our bench was terrific. The start of the fourth quarter it gave us a big lift and we needed it.”

Hartenstein scored just four points, but came down with nine rebounds and dished out four assists in 22 minutes. Since Mitchell Robinson went down with an injury, the Knicks have leaned on Hartenstein — who usually plays the five with the second unit — and Jericho Sims, who has started the last few games for New York.

While the Knicks lost the previous four games with Robinson out, Tuesday’s win not just snapped their losing streak but it may have sparked something in Hartenstein.

“It’s kind of what I came here for,” Hartenstein said of the final play. “I know myself. I’m not playing as good as I’m supposed to be playing. I feel like I’m letting the fans down, the city down a little bit. But I’m just going to keep getting better because I know I can do it. So it’s just trying to get better and represent New York.”

And what Hartenstein came here for was to bring depth to the Knicks, who have struggled to find scoring — outside of Immanuel Quickley — from the second unit.

While their scoring output wasn’t great Tuesday night, Obi Toppin

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