For nearly 47 minutes in this nationally televised game against Golden State, Felton was stuck in a nightmare; his Warriors counterpart, Steph Curry, was having the game of his life.
Curry finished with 54 points on 18-of-28 shooting, including a ridiculous 11-for-13 from 3-point range. But with 1:28 remaining and the game tied at 105, Felton flipped the narrative.
As Curry elevated for a potential tie-breaking jumper, Felton rose as well, outstretched his arms and blocked the shot. The Knicks scored on the other end and came away with the 109-105 victory, having withstood Curry's NBA season-high point total thanks to Felton's last-minute defense.
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