At the end of a season that began with such high expectations for New York professional basketball, the final Knicks-Nets matchup Wednesday arrives with sad consequences:
A chance for the Knicks to spoil the Nets chances of being in the top bracket of the play-in tournament.
Can you feel the excitement?
The Knicks and Nets entered Tuesday night as 10th and 11th in the Eastern Conference, respectively, far below those heady preseason predictions. Tom Thibodeau’s squad is eliminated from the playoffs, now immersed in the familiar anti-climactic phase of juggling the importance of more ping pong balls with building winning habits.
Still, the young Knicks (35-44) seemed extra motivated to topple a rival following Tuesday’s practice.
“It’s a big game. I know I’m excited. I know…
Tribune News Service
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