Knicks 115 Nets 107, Preseason
October 5th, 2009 by Mike Kurylo |
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The Knicks won their first preseason game against new jersey 115-107, although the score hardly matters considering the importance of the game. Some interesting tidbits from the boxscore:
New York was powered by +10 turnovers. The Nets coughed up the ball 24 times, but oddly no player had more than 3.
The Knicks also held the edge in eFG 50.6 to 48.5. New York hit 13 of 31 from downtown for a robust 41.9%. And they also had the offensive rebounding edge, 20.4% to 18.6%.
New Jersey had a field day at the line, scoring 41 singles.
Wilson Chandler had the best line for the Knicks. Ill Will had 21 points (7-13, 3-6 3pt, 4-7 ft) with 7 rebounds, 3 ast, 2 stl, and 1 blk. Chandler also led the team in minutes with 28.
I had a chuckle when Alan Hahn wrote positively about Jared Jeffries jumpshot. But Jeffries hit 3 of 4 from downtown. Still, I’m holding off from drinking the Kool-Aid until he starts doing this in the season. Or maybe another preseason game.
Toney Douglas is still having problems finding the bottom of the net. He went 2-9 including 0-4 from downtown. And Jordan Hill shot an even worse 1-8.
Gallo only had 9 points, but did chip in 4 ast, 5 reb, and a blocked shot.
David Lee was 9-15 for 20 pts with 9 reb, 2 ast, 2 stl, and 1 blk.
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