James Harden's historic scoring run continues as he ignites Madison Square Garden for a career-high and Rockets' franchise-record 61 points in Houston's 114-110 win against the New York Knicks. Harden shot 17-of-38 and finished with 15 rebounds, making him the first player to post 60-plus points and 15 rebounds against the Knicks since Wilt Chamberlain's famous 100-point, 25-rebound game on March 2nd, 1962. This is Harden's 21st game with 30 or more points, and his fifth 50-point game of the season. Harden also becomes the fourth player to score 60 or more points at MSG, joining the company of Bernard King (Knicks, 60, 1984), Kobe Bryant (Lakers, 61, 2009), and Carmelo Anthony (Knicks, 62, 2014).

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