Christmas came early for the Knicks as they gifted themselves and fans a big win over the title-contending Bucks.

The Knicks broke a nine-game losing streak to Milwaukee, delighting a packed Garden crowd.

Jalen Brunson, Julius Randle, RJ Barrett, and Immanuel Quickley starred, combining for 103 points.

Brunson led the charge with 38 points and flawless assists, and the Knicks finally defended the Bucks' deep shooting.

Unlike previous matchups, the Bucks struggled, shooting just 12 of 28 from the field and 13 of 42 from downtown.

This victory ended the Knicks' losing streak against the Bucks since November 2021 and marked their first win against a conference powerhouse this season.

The Knicks displayed their best performance of the season in the first half, sharing the ball and defending well.

Barrett and Brunson were standout performers, while the Knicks dominated in the paint, transition, and second-chance points.

Despite a third-quarter push from the Bucks, Brunson's heroics secured the win, and the Knicks closed out the game impressively.