Rose has 25 in return, but Knicks lose at buzzer

PHILADELPHIA -- A determined Derrick Rose returned to the starting lineup Wednesday night.
One game after Rose didn't show up for a game and the team had no idea where its starting point guard was, the drama continued for the reeling New York Knicks, who suffered what could have been their most painful loss of the season to the Philadelphia 76ers.
T.J. McConnell sank a 12-footer at the buzzer to hand the Knicks a 98-97 loss, their ninth defeat in 10 games.
New York lost at the buzzer for the second time in five games but this time blew a 13-point, fourth-quarter lead. The Knicks led by 10 with 2:29 remaining.
"Keep losing games ... S--- is definitely embarrassing," a frustrated Courtney Lee said in a solemn Knicks locker room afterward.