Lost amid the hype of the New York Knicks’ stirring overtime win over the Los Angeles Lakers, their Westchester cousins were doing G-League work out west, taking on the Bighorns in Reno.
The W-Knicks tamed the Biggest Little City in the World, walking away with a
Trey Burke (affiliate player): 32 points on 9-18 shooting (3-5 from three), 7 rebounds, 5 assists
Trey Burke was named G-League Player of the Week on Monday, so naturally he went out and celebrated with a 32-point night. He remains second in the league in scoring.
In case you missed it…Trey Burke was named the @nbagleague Performer of the Week today.— Westchester Knicks (@wcknicks) December 12, 2017
He’s averaging 25.6 ppg - the second highest in the #NBAGLeague.
This past week, he averaged 31.3 over four games. pic.twitter.com/64mK4QnTIQ
Isaiah Hicks (two-way contract): 8 points on 3-7 shooting, 10 rebounds, 2 steals, 4 blocks
Hicks didn’t score much, but it’s still impressive to watch him block shots. Blocking shots is fun!
Nigel Hayes (affiliate player): 19 points on 6-18 shooting (2-9 from three), 11 rebounds, 4 steals
Not the most efficient shooting night for Hayes, but you gotta love all the rebounds and steals.
The W-Knicks are now 12-5 on the season.