Jalen Brunson certainly didn’t look like someone limited by an injury Wednesday night. 

A game-time decision, Brunson wasn’t going to miss out on playing in front of family.

Friends so close to where he spent a large portion of his childhood.

After resorting to isolation ball with Julius Randle to close out regulation.

The Knicks put the ball in Brunson’s hands in the extra session, and he didn’t disappoint. 

He scored seven of his 30 points in the final five minutes as the Knicks knocked.

The United Center after blowing a five-point lead in the final 2:07 of regulation. 

The victory, the Knicks’ sixth road victory in eight tries.

them to two games over .500 at 15-13 for the first time since late October.