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Second Triple OT Clash Gets Away from Knicks at 905

February 19, 2020 - NBA G League (G League) - Westchester Knicks News Release

MISSISSAUGA, ONTARIO - The Westchester Knicks, the official NBA G League affiliate of the New York Knicks, were edged 126-124 3OT to the Raptors 905, in the Knicks' second triple overtime contest this season, Wednesday evening at Paramount Fine Foods Centre.

The Raptors (16-20) had the Knicks (16-20) by eight at the intermission, 71-63, and continued their attack from the driver's seat for the second half. Though the Knicks never held a lead in the final 24 minutes of regulation, Westchester managed to deadlock scoring at a pivotal point-at the final buzzer, 116-up.

Neither club mounted an advantage greater than a single possession game for the following two extra sessions, wrapping up the second one mirroring a 122 line.

Experiencing an empty near first minute, the final 1:05 turned into a two-for-one scenario with the Raptors proving to be the victors.

Two-Way Player, Kadeem Allen, commanded the scoring with a team-high 23 points and eight dimes. Tyler Hall swished a game-best six treys on 60-percent which matched his career-high. Hall hit two additional shots for his 41-minute 21-point performance. Lamar Peters distributed a team-high nine helpers in his return after being sidelined for nine games. Two-Way Player, Kenny Wooten's eight-game hiatus ended with a 13-point, five-rebound and four-block showing tonight.

For the hosts, Paul Watson registered a double-double which included 30 points and 11 boards. Henry Ellenson scored 29 points.

Westchester greets the Fort Wayne Mad Ants Friday, February 21 at 7 PM at Westchester County Center.

Two-Way Player Kadeem Allen Leads Westchester in 3OT -

Tyler Hall Mirrors Best Three-Point Performance for Knicks -

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