Miles McBride’s brother rips critics of Knicks missed calls

If it’s good for the Final Four, it’s good for the NBA Playoffs, says Trey McBride.

McBride, brother of current New York Knicks star Miles, went to in a 104-101 victory over the Philadelphia 76ers in Game 2 of the Eastern Conference quarterfinals thanks to a game-winning 3-pointer by Donte DiVincenzo, but the NBA’s Last Two Minute Report produced two foul calls against New York. If either had been called, the deep ball of DiVincenzo’s destiny might never have been thrown.

Trey McBride slammed those who attributed the Knicks’ success to officiating, indirectly invoking recent memories to remind the basketball world that the lack of boos seen Monday is basically what they asked for.

“Crazy, a few weeks ago everyone was saying let the players decide the game and keep the refs out of it,” said McBride, a professional player from overseas. “Guess when it’s convenient, it’s okay to change.”

McBride is more than likely referring to the controversial finale of the NCAA women’s basketball tournament national semifinal between Connecticut and Iowa.

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