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    Randle with his 5th triple double of the year.

    RJ starting to show that he can be a crunch time alpha player in this league.

    Quickley snapped out of his slump and Thibs stuck with him down the stretch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by htr10 View Post
    Randle with his 5th triple double of the year.

    RJ starting to show that he can be a crunch time alpha player in this league.

    Quickley snapped out of his slump and Thibs stuck with him down the stretch.
    We got 72 pts from our bench tonight .. IQ 20 pts, Rose 19, Burks 19, and Obi's 8 pts

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    Obi better tonight than TH was last night when SAC lost... a game we lose if we draft TH?

    Poor MEM free throws shooting opened the door for us, and we made big shots when it mattered late.

    Randle to RJ for 3 followed by a defensive stop and an AB bucket... nail in coffin. A big win, at least to maintain the illusion that we beat average to bad teams.

    Knicks trail by 2... 114-112... they miss a FT and RJ just takes it to the hoop and shrugs off Ja like heís a pesky gnat. Barrett says take that to the dude chosen 1 selection higher.

    We canít close out the better teams, so it was nice to see Randle and RJ close it out vs Ja and Allen. Our bench kept us in it....

    Great team win and it keeps hope alive we may at least make a stand in the Final 4 or 7-10.

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    Knicks were down 106-93 with 6 minutes left in the 4th quarter.

    Over the last 6 mins of the 4th quarter and OT, RJ Barrett scored 15 points on 6 FG attempts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mafra View Post
    We can’t close out the better teams, so it was nice to see Randle and RJ close it out vs Ja and Allen. Our bench kept us in it....
    Memphis came in with a four game winnining streak and during their last 10 they only lost 3, all of them to the Jazz. That's not a bad team. If they played in the east Memphis probably were a top four team.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pat View Post
    Memphis came in with a four game winnining streak and during their last 10 they only lost 3, all of them to the Jazz. That's not a bad team. If they played in the east Memphis probably were a top four team.
    I would say they are in the same tier we are in now, which is to say an average team. Like us, they are young. Point is, NYK continue to beat bad teams, hold their own vs teams as good or slightly better, and are competitive vs the upper echelons.

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