Curry Gala too little! Golden State Warriors embarrass themselves against Indiana’s B-Team

The Golden State Warriors played what was probably their worst game of the season, losing after OT to the decimated Indiana Pacers. Even 39 points from Stephen Curry are not enough.

New York Knicks (22-24) – New Orleans Pelicans (17-28) 91:102 (BOXSCORE)

  • If it’s not already uncomfortable in New York, things got a little more uncomfortable against the Pelicans. Loud boos could be heard in the third quarter at Madison Square Garden, and the fans didn’t want to be blamed for the catastrophic section of the Knicks. The Knicks gave up the 12 minutes at 15:35 and were already 24 points behind at that point.
  • It was the old story, the Knicks’ starters disappointed across the board. The offense stagnated and made it more than easy for New Orleans. In the first half, free throws, offensive rebounds and weak shooting by the Pelicans (2/13 3FG) kept the Knicks in the game (42:46), but things quickly went downhill after that.
  • Devonte’ Graham scored 12 of his 15 points in the third period as the visitors struck six of nine trebles in those 12 minutes. The Pels’ top scorer was Jonas Valanciunas (18, 10 rebounds), Brandon Ingram (15) missed out in the fourth quarter with an ankle injury. Josh Hart (17) and backup guard Jose Alvarado (13, 6/9) also did well ).
  • The reservists of the Knicks around Immanuel Quickley (14), Alec Burks (13) and Quentin Grimes (13) reared up again in the final quarter, but the Knicks did not come closer than 9 points. Mitchell Robinson (17, 15 rebounds) was the only starter allowed to play in the last 12 minutes. Julius Randle (4, 1/9, 7 rebounds, 6 assists) was once again shockingly weak.

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