Field Goal %
- NY 49.4
- 52.1 MIA
Three Point %
- NY 33.3
- 42.9 MIA
- NY 26
- 16 MIA
- NY 48
- 40 MIA
- Miami, FL
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The Knicks went 18-6 under Mike Woodson which equals a .750 win percentage. According to Elias, only FIVE times in NBA postseason history did a coach have a regular season win percentage of .750 or better and then open the postseason with 2 losses. But there's good news for Woodson - Avery Johnson and Paul Westphal, the last two coaches to fall under this category, led their team to a comeback win in the series.
The Knicks actually played well without Stoudemire this season, going 14-5 and outscoring opponents by 7 PPG.
The Knicks had just 15 assists on 38 made field goals (39.5 percent) Game 2 against the Heat. That's the Knicks' second-lowest assist percentage in a game this season (36.8 percent, 4/3 at Pacers).
The Heat offense against the Knicks this series has been sparked by spot up shooting. The Heat are nearly doubling their points per game on spot ups in the postseason so far.
Take a look at the sights and sounds of the 2017 Rising Stars Challenge, where the league's brightest young players come out to compete.
No longer content being the best "little guy" in the NBA, 5-foot-9 Isaiah Thomas has his sights set on being "the greatest player to ever play."
Rollie Massimino, who coached Villanova to the 1985 NCAA championship, and Chris Webber are among the 14 finalists for this year's Basketball Hall of Fame induction class.