“Knicks Stun 76ers with Game 2 Win: Mike Breen’s Legendary Call Echoes Across the Garden”

In a thrilling Game 2 showdown, the Knicks delivered a jaw-dropping performance that left fans on the edge of their seats. The iconic broadcaster Mike Breen captured the heart-stopping moment with his legendary double “bang” as the Knicks secured a remarkable 104-101 victory over the 76ers, sending the ecstatic crowd into a frenzy at the Garden.

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As the game reached its climax, Breen’s electrifying call echoed through the arena: “Maxey gets nicked down. Hart takes it away. Out to DiVincenzo, his shot won’t go. Hartenstein the rebound. Hartenstein gets it out to Anunoby. DiVincenzo a three. Bang! Bang! Knicks take a one-point lead with 13 seconds remaining!”

The crowd erupted as Donte DiVincenzo’s game-winning three-pointer sealed the deal, clinching the second game of the intense best-of-seven series. Breen’s iconic call is destined to be enshrined in broadcasting history, adding another unforgettable moment to his illustrious career.

Known as the voice of both the Knicks and the NBA, Breen’s signature phrase, “bang,” has become synonymous with thrilling basketball moments nationwide. This isn’t the first time Breen has delivered a highlight reel call during the series, as his commentary during Game 1’s clutch three-pointer by Josh Hart showcased his unparalleled broadcasting talent on the playoff stage.

Monday’s victory marks the Knicks’ first 2-0 series lead since their 2013 matchup against the Celtics, igniting hope and excitement among fans. However, the late-game drama has left the 76ers reeling, prompting them to consider filing a grievance with the NBA over officiating concerns from Games 1 and 2.

With Game 3 set to unfold in Philadelphia on Thursday night, anticipation is high as both teams gear up for another thrilling showdown on the hardwood.

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