The transformed Knicks fall to Indiana

The Knicks show up in Indianapolis without RJ Barrett and Immanuel Quickley, exchanged with Toronto a few hours after the ball, they find an excellent performance from Donte DiVincenzo and 28 points each from Jalen Brunson and Julius Randle, but they have to surrender to The Pacers’ relentless attack led by Tyrese Haliburton (22 points and 23 assists). The hosts shot 58.8% from the field and 53.5% from three and also found 28 points from Myles Turner and 25 from Aaron Nesmith.

The forced absences of the players involved in the trade for OG Anunoby throw Donte DiVincenzo into the quintet, giving him more space (36 minutes) than usual and the former Warriors and Bucks player responds with a great performance: 38 points with 15/21 from the field ( 7/11 from three) as well as 6 rebounds and 4 steals, being the last of the Knicks to give up.