The Knicks struggled to get over the hump in Game 4, cutting the lead to six late in the fourth quarter, but couldn’t stop Miami from retaking possession on the offensive glass. The Heat grabbed 13 offensive rebounds, including seven in the final 12 minutes of the game, as they outscored New York 44-35.
“I have to give them a lot of credit, they have a lot of experience over there,” Brunson said. “They played better than us tonight. As you said, we were fighting a tough battle. We didn’t do enough in the 48 minutes.”