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On Monday, Donte DiVincenzo made franchise history for the New York Knicks with his impressive performance against the Detroit Pistons. The former Villanova standout scored 40 points and set a new Knicks record for most 3-pointers in a single game with 11. The Madison Square Garden crowd cheered in appreciation of his historic accomplishment.

With just over three minutes remaining in the fourth quarter and the Knicks comfortably ahead, DiVincenzo confidently took a shot from beyond the arc, breaking the record and cementing his place in Knicks lore. Head coach Tom Thibodeau gave him a well-deserved curtain call.

DiVincenzo was not alone in his impressive performance, as several Knicks players scored in double figures to lead the struggling Pistons to a victory. The guard’s contribution helped the Knicks maintain their position in the playoff race in the competitive Eastern Conference, improving their record to 43-28.

On Monday night, DiVincenzo shot an impressive 14 of 23 from the field and 11 of 20 from 3-point range. He also added five rebounds, two assists, and two steals to his stat line. Meanwhile, the Pistons fell to the bottom of the league standings with a league-worst record of 12-60. Every aspect of DiVincenzo’s performance contributed to his place in Knicks history and reinforced his importance to the team as they push for a postseason berth.

The Madison Square Garden crowd showed their appreciation for Donte DiVincenzo’s historic performance on Monday as he broke a new Knicks record for most 3-pointers in a single game with 11 against Detroit Pistons during their victory over Detroit Pistons on Monday night at Madison Square Garden.

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