The #Brooklyn Nets and the #New York Knicks face each other in today's preseason game. The Brooklyn Nets, led by the newly acquired D'Angelo Russell, defeated the New York Knicks with the score 115-107. Despite losing, Kristaps Porzingis and Tim Hardaway Jr. played a great game. But the Nets were just too much with seven of their players scoring double digits.

Porzingis continues to impress

With #Carmelo Anthony now playing for the Oklahoma City Thunder, Kristaps Porzingis is now officially the face of the New York Knicks franchise. He played a great game tonight against the Brooklyn Nets, contributing 15 points, five rebounds, one assist, one steal and two blocks.

He shot 42.9 percent from the field making 6 out of his 14 field goal attempts and making all three of his free throws. Porzingis will have the chance of his life by leading an entire team at this early stage in his career.

Enes Kanter plays first game with the Knicks

Enes Kanter joined the New York Knicks a couple of weeks ago as part of the Carmelo Anthony trade. In today's game against the Brooklyn Nets, Kanter only played 10 minutes but was still able to make an impact. He contributed 17 points, three rebounds, and one assist. He shot 50 percent from the field and made nine of his 10 free throw attempts. WIth Kanter in the Knicks lineup, Porzingis will have the opportunity to play more in the perimeter this season.

D'Angelo Russell looking like a star

A couple of months ago D'Angelo Russell was traded to the Brooklyn Nets for Brook Lopez.

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With Magic Johnson's remarks on him not being a leader, Russell has something to prove as he will now play alongside Jeremy Lin. Russell played with a purpose tonight against the New York Knicks as he contributed 19 points, two rebounds, four assists, two steals, and one block. He shot 50 percent from the field making seven of his 14 shots and hitting two three-pointers.

Seven Nets player score double digits

The Brooklyn Nets looked pretty good in today's game against the New York Knicks. Six Nets players scored in double digits in today's game along with Russell's 19 points. DeMarre Carrol scored 10 points along with eight rebounds, Rondae Hollis Jefferson scored 13 points, and Sean Kilpatrick scored 15 points and grabbing four rebounds. Spencer Dinwiddie and Quincy Acy also scored 12 points apiece in today's game. With the east being very weak this season the Nets actually have a slim chance at making the playoffs this season.