We were treated to a tightly contested battle for basketball egalitarianism this morning. Frank Ntilikina and France opened a double digit lead in the first half. The Untied States looped their way back into it behind some laced up scoring from Donovan Mitchell, a little force of will by Marcus Smart and a couple hops and skips that went their way.
After a pretty bottled up first three quarters, Kemba Walker finally put his imprint on the game as the US lead started to swell. Then Frank Ntilikina came back into the game and stamped it out. Some highlights!
Frank’s bucket pic.twitter.com/DOKtCOOk6B— Kristian Winfield (@Krisplashed) September 11, 2019
Moving and grooving.
Strong catch and drive by Ntilikina! pic.twitter.com/6RNJwjWbR6— Matt Spendley (@mattspendley) September 11, 2019
Driving and thriving!
Frank ties the game at 76!! pic.twitter.com/tH9KWwxn6U— Matt Spendley (@mattspendley) September 11, 2019
Draining and paining!
L’énorme bombe de Frank Ntilikina— Knicks France (@KnicksFrance) September 11, 2019
This is what you like to see from the Prince. Some fire! Job well done. #frankntilikina #knicks pic.twitter.com/SedFE9HlDG— Knicks Fan TV (@KnicksFanTv) September 11, 2019
And of course a little fire and desire. Absolutely love it. Full recap a little later today. Until then Basques (sorry) in the glory of Frank.