Mike Breen delivers epic double ‘bang’ call as Knicks top 76ers

The shot was so shocking that Knicks announcer Mike Breen had to do two “bangs.”

The signature call came during the Knicks’ stunning 104-101 victory over the 76ers in Game 2, and excited Knicks fans watched as the Knicks took a 2-0 series lead at the Garden on Monday. flooded the streets with joy.

“Maxey got hurt. Hart takes it away. Toward DiVincenzo, his shot won’t hit,” Breen said on the MSG broadcast while criticizing the disorganized play. “Rebound by Hartenstein. Hartenstein hands it to Anunoby. DiVincenzo gets a 3. Bang! Bang! Knicks lead by one with 13 seconds left!”

The Knicks managed to come away with the win with one more basket to seal Game 2 of the best-of-seven series.

In Game 2 on Monday, Donte DiVincenzo hit the game-winning 3-pointer and the Knicks won a close game. Charles Wenzelberg/New York Post

This conference call will surely go down in the station’s archives as one of the top calls of his prolific career.

Breen was a voice not only for the Knicks but also for the NBA, and his signature line, “Bang,” became known to basketball fans across the country.

This is the second time in the series that Breen makes a highlight reel call on the broadcast.

Josh Hart’s clutch 3-point shot in Game 1 gave Breen a chance to showcase his skills in the playoffs.

Donte DiVincenzo made the game-winning 3-pointer in Game 2. Charles Wenzelberg/New York Post

“The shot clock was 4 o’clock and Hart faked,” Breen told viewers. “Hart tries another 3-point shot, oh good!” Kill the other one! ”

Monday’s win gave the Knicks a 2-0 series lead over the Celtics for the first time since 2013.

Mike Breen used a signature call at the end of Monday’s Knicks-76ers game. AP

The 76ers didn’t like how the game played out late, but the 76ers plan to file a complaint with the NBA regarding the officiating in Games 1 and 2.

Game 3 is scheduled for Thursday night in Philadelphia.