Fake comebacks: they’re set to be all the rage this winter.
In true New York fashion, nobody pulls off that look better than our Knicks. Our guys went down by as much as 18 tonight, especially in a very ugly first quarter. But the kids fought back, narrowing the Magicians’ lead to as little as three points in the fourth quarter before ultimately folding down the stretch and losing 131-117.
Trey Burke once again gets the game ball for this one, as the little spark plug came off the bench for 31 points in 29 minutes (on 11-20 shooting, no less!):
Trey Burke waves Robinson out of the way and then goes to work pic.twitter.com/Uk7tWEHzRX— Knicks Film School (@KnickFilmSchool) November 19, 2018
Just give this tape to Frank— Knicks Film School (@KnickFilmSchool) November 18, 2018
Burke attacks right after he crosses mid court and then leans in to draw the contact on the drive pic.twitter.com/t94ZV8RWuY
Enes Kanter had another double-double off the bench with 21 points and 19 rebounds. And, as far as Enes Kanter games go, this one wasn’t quite as much of an empty stats fest, as Kanter was actually only a -4:
Tim Hardaway Jr. also had 32 points:
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Ashwin’s got your recap coming up in a bit!