76ers vs. Knicks final: Sixers end preseason with 98-90 victory

Rich Barnes-US PRESSWIRE

The Philadelphia 76ers ended their 2012 preseason on a high note as they defeated the New York Knicks, 98-90, Monday night

The Philadelphia 76ers defeated the New York Knicks in Monday night's preseason contest, 98-90.

The victory marks the end of the preseason for Philadelphia. They finished with a 6-1 record and open their regular season Oct. 31 against the Denver Nuggets.

Four players scored in the double digits for the 76ers, and Lavoy Allen added 13 rebounds in the win. Jason Richardson led the way for Philadelphia with 23 points, six assists and seven rebounds.

Royal Ivey scored 12 points with five assists and four rebounds. Nick Young scored only nine points in more than 31 minutes of action.

Raymond Felton and Carmelo Anthony were the leading scorers for New York with 23 points apiece. Felton also had four assists and two rebounds, while Anthony added five assists and six rebounds.

The Knicks will travel to Brooklyn to play the Nets in their last preseason game on Oct. 24. One week later, the Knicks will open the regular season in the same building against the Brooklyn Nets on Nov. 1.

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