When the Philadelphia 76ers lost Jimmy Butler in free agency, they lost the guy they gave the ball to close out games late. In his place, that responsibility has fallen on Tobias Harris, who signed a $180 million contract extension in the offseason.

On Saturday against the New York Knicks, Harris took another step toward the title of closer. He drilled a huge 3-pointer late to give the Sixers the lead, then forced a turnover on the following possession to close the game on both ends for a 90-87 win.