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By the numbers: John Wall scores 28, dishes out 17 assists against the Knicks

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Knicks fall short in Rambis' debut (1:00)

The Knicks erase a double-digit deficit against the Wizards, but Langston Galloway's 3-point shot in the final seconds falls short and New York is defeated in Kurt Rambis' debut 111-108. (1:00)

Washington Wizards guard John Wall scored 28 points and dished out 17 assists in a 111-108 win against the New York Knicks on Tuesday, his second game this season with at least 25 points and 15 assists. No other player has multiple such games this season, with the rest of the league having three such games combined.

Here is a by-the-numbers look into his performance:

5 - Wall is the fifth player in the past 30 seasons with at least 25 points and 15 assists against the Knicks, the first since Chris Paul in April 2008 for the New Orleans Hornets.

10 - Wall became the first player to assist on 10 3-pointers in a game this season, the first since James Harden did it in October 2014 against the Utah Jazz.

15 - Fifteen of the 16 3-point attempts came off a Wall pass were uncontested. The Wizards shot 10-of-15 (66.7 percent) on such shots.

17 - Tuesday was Wall’s 17th game this season with 20 points and 10 assists, second to Russell Westbrook (22). Besides Westbrook and Wall, nobody else has double-digit such games.

44 - Wall assisted on 44 points, tied for third-most by a player this season.

60.7 - The Wizards shot 17-of-28 (60.7 percent) overall and 10-of-16 (62.5 percent) from 3-point range off of Wall passes Tuesday.

62 - The Wizards won their game against the Knicks at the 3-point line. They shot 62 percent from 3-point range (16-of-26). It was the fourth-best that a team has shot on 3-pointers this season. Two of the top three games were against the Wizards.

72 - Wall scored or assisted on 72 points, tied for fourth-most by any player in a game this season. James Harden was responsible for 77 points on Nov. 6, most this season.