New York Knicks prized rookie Kristaps Porzingis continued to do his amazing thing Wednesday night against the dreadful Philadelphia 76ers.

By Aniello Piro

Just a few months after being booed by what seemed like half of New York, Knicks rookie sensation Kristaps Porzingis continues to drop the jaws of NBA fans everywhere on what seems to be a nightly occurrence.

In the Knicks 99-87 win Wednesday night Godzingis made two plays that got the Garden rocking.

The first came with just under nine minutes left to play in the fourth.  Forward Derrick Williams noticed Porzingis was cutting to the basket and threw a ball up that the Latvian superstar caught and threw down with some power:

But wait, there’s more.

With just under six minutes to play Porzingis made another fantastic play, that again got the crowd at MSG on their feet. Porzingis dribbled past 76ers forward Nerlens Noel, and threw down a ferocious dunk to put the icing on the cake for the Knicks:

Oh yeah by the way, he;s only 20. The sky’s the limit with this kid.

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