Knicks win and stay alive

Once again the Knicks scored more that 110 points and won at home; they still can’t lose Game 6


Two teams could qualify for the Conference Finals yesterday. But at the end of the night, neither of them did. The first one was the Miami Heat. They were up 3-1 in the series versus the New York Knicks and could advance with a victory. However, the Knicks managed to win the game and stay alive for another day.

Jalen Brunson was the man for the Knicks last night. Much thanks to him, New York won Game 5 and is still fighting for the qualification. But they are still on the edge and can’t afford another loss from now on. And their biggest challenge will be Game 6, in Miami.

Once again in this series, we had a not-so-high score, as predicted. The New York Knicks once again won the game scoring more than 110 points, and with the 112-103 victory, they now have the highest-scoring points by a team in the same game in this series. The Miami Heat on the other hand remains close to their 106 points average.

Best Performances

As we mentioned, Jalen Brunson was the man of the match in Game 5. He was the only one to score more than 30 points. But we also had some other great performances in the game. Check out the numbers.

New York Knicks

  • Jalen Brunson – 38 PTS/9 REB/7 AST
  • R.J. Barrett – 26 PTS/7 REB
  • Julius Randle – 24 PTS/5 REB/5 AST

Miami Heat

  • Jimmy Butler – 19 PTS/7 REB/9 AST
  • Bam Adebayo – 18 PTS/8 REB
  • Duncan Robinson – 17 PTS

Bets

We were expecting a better game from the Miami Heat. Most of our picks were on Heat’s players' lines. Since they didn’t have outstanding performances as they had in the other games, we missed a few predictions. Check out the outcome of all picks from this game.

  • MIA Heat +3.5 (MIA lost by 9)
  • Over 209.5 points (215 points)
  • Bam Adebayo over 17.5 points (18 points)
  • Gabe Vincent under 1.5 rebounds (4 rebounds)
  • Jimmy Butler over 5.5 assists (9 assists)
  • Jalen Brunson over 36.5 points, rebounds and assists combined (38 PTS/9 REB/7 AST = 54 total)
  • Bam Adebayo has a double-double (18 PTS/8 REB)
  • Jimmy Butler has a double-double (19 PTS/7 REB/9 AST)
  • MIA Heat over 103.5 points (103 points)
  • Jalen Brunson has the first basket (Kevin Love had the first basket)