Knicks fall in Miami 87-110 in their worst loss of the season
- Updated: October 25, 2018
Let’s just put it like this: The Knicks had three players that finished in double figures and only one of them was a starter. The Heat had three players (with at least 5 minutes on the court) that scored less then 10 buckets.
New York took a hard blow in Miami losing 87-110 after alowing their opponents to score 31 points in the second quarter and 45 in the third.
“We put our heads down. We stopped competing. It was the first time we just got killed.”
– Enes Kanter
A former assistant coach to Erik Spoelstra during the Heat championship teams, David Fizdale received hugs from his former team mates after the game, and a jersey from Dwyane Wade.
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Damyean Dotson led the Knicks with 20 points and 10 rebounds off the bench, Tim Hardaway Jr. scored 14 and Mario Hezonja added 13 buckets.
The Heat (2-2) on the other hand had Hassan Whiteside with 22, Josh Richardson with 21 and Rodney McGruder with 19 points.
The Knicks fell to 1-4 after suffering their most embarassing loss of the season and are going to host the Warriors on Friday night.