Friends, the Knicks have returned! The inevitable sadness that comes with watching the Knicks is also present

In the second half, our team gave it their all and overcame a 19-point deficit on the road against a stronger opponent.

Through a crucial three from a revitalised Cam Reddish, they were able to force the game into overtime.

Ja Morant came close to winning it in regulation, but Jalen Brunson dived across his path and was charged.

The Knicks ran into difficulty in overtime when Julius Randle fouled out (who, by the way, was phenomenal)

Tom Thibodeau, the head coach, made the decision to play small, bringing back Evan Fournier and shifting Cam Reddish to the 4

It was a mistake because Fournier was caught off guard on the first three.

He also missed the last-second shot that could have tied the game.

Reddish, who embarrassed the naysayers (including myself) with a tantalising

22 points on 9-15 shooting, 5 rebounds, and 3 blocks, helped the Knicks perform better when he was on the court.