Cleveland Cavaliers center Evan Mobley became the first Cavs rookie to score 25+ points with 5+ rebounds and 5+ assists since Kyrie Irving in 2012. Mobley wasn't the only one to go off as Ricky Rubio also had a historic performance for Cleveland.

Rubio finished with 37 points, hitting 8-9 from deep. He also dropped 10 assists, helping the Cavs defeat the Knicks 126-109 Sunday.

Ricky Rubio became just the sixth player to come off the bench and record 35 or more points and 10 or more assists in a game.

There have been some great performances in the Garden over the years, but clearly Darius Garland came away very impressed tonight.

The Cavaliers have been a great story and a big surprise. Following the win over the Knicks, the Cavs sit at 7-4, 6th in the Eastern Conference. This was thought to be a rebuilding year for the Cavs.

Upon further examination of the team, this might not be a mirage. Evan Mobley, as a rookie, is showing signs that Cleveland made the right choice when drafting him.

Collin Sexton and Darius Garland make a formidable back court, mixing scoring and play-making ability.

Then there is Jarret Allen. Allen is becoming a beast on the low block. He is averaging over 14 points and 11 rebounds per game, shooting an astounding 71% from the field. In November, he has been ever better, putting up over 20 points per game and snatching 16 boards per game.

There is a long way to go in this NBA season, but if the youth of this Cavs team continues to play at this level, they might just be there at the end.