Game Time: 7:30 PM EST on Saturday November 27, 2021
New York Knicks 26, Atlanta Hawks 23 (Q1 01:38)
What’s the buzz on Twitter?
Fred Katz @FredKatz Jericho Sims is doing some really good stuff. Even on that PnR with Burks just now, he rolled hard and to the right spot, enough to open up the driving lane for a Burks layup. Also, he’s jumped 8+ feet like 7 times already. – 7:59 PM
Atlanta Hawks PR @HawksPR With his first three-pointer tonight, Trae Young has 549 in his career, and has tied Steve Smith for fifth place in Hawks history … The top four are Mookie Blaylock (1,050), Joe Johnson (908), Kyle Korver (818) and Jason Terry (648). – 7:46 PM
Ajayi Browne @ajayibrowne Things To L👀k Out For In The Nets vs. Suns Game: ▪️The Nets are the second best defensive team in league for opponent field goal percentage at 42.5%. ▪️Devin Booker is fresh off of scoring a game-high 32 points last night versus the Knicks. ▪️Irving, Harris & Claxton are out. – 6:59 PM
Duane Rankin @DuaneRankin “It’s just depends. Some nights it catches up with you. Some nights you play better on the second night than you did the first.” Nets coach Steve Nash as #Suns are on 2nd night of back-to-back in Brooklyn. If Suns play better than they did in Friday’s 21-point win vs. Knicks? pic.twitter.com/fqoto8GzyX – 6:34 PM
Atlanta Hawks PR @HawksPR Last night, Trae Young (31 PTS, 10 AST) and Clint Capela (23 PTS, 17 REB), became the first pair of teammates to tally a 30+ PTS / 10+ AST and 20+ PTS /15+ REB double-double within the first three quarters of the same game in the last 25 seasons, per @EliasSports. – 4:30 PM
The Cowboys have a plan. They always do. As it relates to free-agent receiver Odell Beckham Jr., that plan currently isn’t doing Beckham any favors. He visited the Giants and the Bills. There were no leaks about their medical examination of Beckham, who suffered a torn ACL in February. Then came the Cowboys. Then came [more]
VILLANOVA, Pa. (AP) Jay Wright settled in a booth at the restaurant across the street from the basketball gym he called home for two decades and the cheerful waitress quizzed him at lunch if he had dined here before. ''I worked at the university for a long time,'' Wright said, with just a tinge of modesty. Could it be, Jay Wright, the Hall of Fame coach who built Villanova from sleepy Big East school into a national power and won two national championships before he shocked the sport in April and retired at 60 after one last Final Four, forgotten already?