Excellent Live News: February 28, , NBA regular season continues
Going on, the New York Knicks played at home against the Pacers. The two teams fought fiercely until the last moment of the game. When the Knicks led by 2 points in the last 14 seconds, the Pacers made a fatal mistake. Ntilikina made a key steal and made two free throws.
Leading by 4 points, and finally won a thrilling 110-107, giving the Pacers a three-game losing streak.
In the first quarter, the Pacers took the lead. Justin Holiday scored two three-pointers and led the team to an 8-0 start. Rose made a free throw to score the team’s first point of the game.
The Knicks gradually entered the state, Randall delivered shells to his teammates continuously, and Rose also hit a throw.
The Pacers frequently hit the inside, grabbed offensive rebounds and caused kills. After Rose came off the court, the Knicks’ offense stagnated. After Aaron Holiday made a free throw, the Pacers opened the point difference to double digits.
Lamb and Ntilikina each scored a three-pointer, and the Knicks trailed by 9 points 23-32 in the first quarter.
In the second quarter, the two teams came and went on the bench, and the point difference was stalemate at around 10 points. After Justin Holiday broke through for a layup and made three free throws, the point difference came to 16 points.
After that, the Pacers’ offensive efficiency plummeted. Randall scored 6 points in a row with dunks, Bullock scored two goals, Quickley teamed up with Barrett to score three three-pointers, and the Knicks continued to catch up.
Hitting a three-pointer at the buzzer, the Knicks hit a 24-6 climax and ended the first half with a 54-52 lead.
After changing sides to fight again, McDermott scored 4 points first. Sabonis singled out Randall for a layup and the Pacers completed the overtake. After Ross sent consecutive assists, he also scored 2 1. McDermott made two free throws
After the ball, he hit a three-pointer.
Besieged by Turner’s defensive shock, the Knicks were defended for two consecutive 24 seconds as an example, and there were also pass errors, but the Pacers did not seize the opportunity and repeatedly missed shots.
With 6 points, the Pacers coach vented his dissatisfaction to the referee and was whistled for a technical foul. After Rose hit a free throw, the Knicks led by 4 points.
After the timeout, the two sides started the confrontation mode, making consecutive shots, and the score was always tight. After McConaughey hit the shot, the Pacers 78-81 Knicks ended the third quarter.
In the last quarter, the Knicks scored 6 points in a row to widen the point difference to 9 points. The Pacers then scored 9 points in a row to tie the game, and then another wave of 9-2 took a 5-point lead.
Not to be outdone, Barrett shot from inside and outside, assisted his teammates and helped the team score 11 points in a row to achieve a lead.
The Knicks established a 5-point lead with free throws in the last half minute, but Sabonis’s key three-pointer and Barrett’s two free throws gave the Pacers a chance to equalize or even overtake, but Ntilikina’s key steal and steady
Hitting two free throws helped the team seal the victory, and the Knicks finally beat the Pacers 110-107.
Pacers vs Knicks full game replay
Pacers vs Knicks full game replay
Scores and statistics of the two sides: Scores in a single quarter: 32-23, 20-31, 26-27, 29-29 (Pacers first) Knicks: Randall 28 points, 10 rebounds, 6 assists and 4 steals, Barrett 24 points
7 rebounds, Rose 17 points and 11 assists, Bullock 9 points and 5 rebounds, Noel 8 points and 7 rebounds, Quikley 10 points and 4 rebounds, Burks 5 points and 2 assists, Nellikina 5 points and 2 assists Pacer: Mike
Dermot 20 points and 5 rebounds, Sabonis 15 points, 7 rebounds and 9 assists, Turner 11 points and 4 rebounds, Justin Holiday 13 points and 3 rebounds, McConaughey 17 points, 6 rebounds and 12 assists, Aaron Huo
Ledi scored 7 points, 3 rebounds and 3 assists, Sumner scored 9 points and 2 rebounds, Lamb had 8 points, Bitadze had 5 points and 2 rebounds, both sides started: Knicks: Rose, Barrett, Bullock, Randall, Noe
Pacers: McConaughey, Justin Holiday, McDermott, Sabonis, Turner