Knicks vs. Celtics: New York beat Boston with a buzzer to lock 25 points

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With less than 4 minutes left in the second quarter by 25 points, a roar from the hosts in the second half ended the game in the stands-Barrett made an unbalanced three-pointer at the end of the game, 108-105 The reversal won and caused ecstasy in Madison Square Garden.

Although Barrett’s heroic performance will make headlines, which is understandable, Knicks guard Evan Fournier’s career-high 41 points drove the recovery in the second half, which made his The peak moment becomes possible.

With the Knicks defeating the visiting team 61-42 in the second half, the Frenchman made 10 three-pointers in 14 attempts, beating the Celtics’ Jason Tatum’s highest in the game point.

Tatum scored a team-high 36 points and 9 assists-16 points higher than his closest teammate Dennis Schroeder-including an equalizer shot in the final seconds, which seemed to be the game Drag into overtime.

But then Barrett’s buzzer-cruelly wrapped around Tatum’s outstretched arm-deprived the Celtics small forward of the opportunity to drag the team across the line.

Celtics forward Jason Tatum opened Evan Fournier in the second half.
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“I didn’t even see it go in”

Although Barrett admitted after the game that Tatum’s 6-foot-8 body made his shooting more difficult, he never doubted that he would miss the goal.

“It’s definitely a tougher shot-Jason is so high-but every time I shoot, I think it will make it,” Barrett told reporters.

“It’s crazy. I didn’t even really see it because I fell and I didn’t even see it go in, but I can tell from the reactions of others, so it’s cool.”

RJ Barrett dunks during the game.

After arriving at Madison Square Garden with the same record, the Knicks surpassed the Celtics with a score of 19-20 this season.

Although happy with the nature of the counterattack, Knicks coach Tom Thibodeau is keen to avoid his team needing such a dramatic recovery every week.

“We dug a big hole for ourselves,” Thibodeau told reporters after the game.

“We started slowly and lacked energy. You can’t do that… We will not be perfect, we will make mistakes, but we can play hard-there is no substitute for the hustle and bustle.”

No stephen, no party

Elsewhere in the NBA, the exhausted Golden State Warriors (29-9) suffered a back-to-back defeat for the first time this season after defeating the New Orleans Pelicans (14-25) 101-96.

After losing to the Dallas Mavericks (20-18) on Wednesday, the Warriors – hindered by the absence of three-pointer Stephen Curry – limped and lost again, falling behind the Phoenix Suns at their peak (30-8) . Western Conference.
Brandon Ingram starred in the Warriors.

Brandon Ingram led the scoring with 32 points, and New Orleans’ performance was impressive.

At the same time, the Suns easily defeated the Los Angeles Clippers (19-20), Cameron Johnson scored 24 points, and the Western Conference leader won 106-89.

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