New York wrapped up its season with an unnecessary win in Cleveland, defeating LeBron’s squad 110–98 as an offseason approaches for the Knicks and the Cavs rev up for the playoffs.
Sweet, sweet release is near.
Ntilikina was feeling it in the Knicks’ home closer versus LeBron and the Cavs, but the NBA’s juggernaut stomped a New York comeback into Penn Station, 123–109.
The last game played of the 2017-18 season played at MSG sees the Knicks welcome LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers.
An eclectic mix of vets, like Jarrett Jack, and youngsters, like Luke Kornet and Damyean Dotson, contributed to the shorthanded Knicks on Saturday night, but the ‘Bockers fell to Jabari Parker and the Bucks, 115–102.
A game between two depleted teams awaits at the Garden tonight.
The Knicks managed to lock down a win on Friday night in their last Friday Night Knicks game of the season.
The Knicks host the Miami Heat in their final head-to-head matchup of the broken season while the Heat look to stay in the playoff picture and the ‘Bockers continue to evaluate young talent.
Without much effort, or offense, the Knicks lost their fourth consecutive game, this time against Hezonja and the Magic.
The Knicks kick off April with a showdown against the Orlando Magic.