This story is getting old. No Melo, Felton, Shumpert, and Wallace and Camby left early with back spasms. Oh and Indy happens to let up the fewest points in the league. It was obvious points were going to be hard to come by but 34 points at the half?
- There was a flurry of bad calls at the end of the 2nd quarter. Who would have thought a game reffed by Heywoode Workman (A Pacer on the ’94 team that lost to the Knicks in 7 games in the conference finals) would result in some questionable calls.
- Let me be clear, that was NOT the reason the Knicks lost. 2 players scoring in double digits, one of them being JR who needed 29 shots to score 25 points was. Shooting 35% from the field and 20% from 3 is not going to win many games.
- Roy Hibbert went down with back spasms and Ian Mahinmi came in. This is when things went really bad for the Knicks as Ian then proceded to tear the Knicks a new one the entire 4th quarter. Ian Mahinmi – #Knickeffect
- Marcus Camby was said to have a sore foot. This is also the diagnosis they gave for Rasheed Wallace. He was last seen on the court 28 days ago and counting. Lets hope it’s not as serious as Wallaces “sore foot”.
- There really isn’t much to take away from this game. The Knicks were really short handed and no one was able to step up and score some points. The Pacers are a good home team too. Can’t get too mad, although the losses are starting to pile up now, 7 losses in the last 12 games.
- On the bright side Shumpert should be back in a little over a week which is really good since Brewer apparently wasn’t even able to give 10 minutes on a night when half the roster was out.