Boston Celtics beat New York Knicks in second NBA preseason duel

The Boston Celtics got the better of the Knicks this Tuesday, at TD Garden, 123 to 110, in their second preseason clash against the New York team.

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In the first match, the Knicks had beaten the Boston franchise 114 to 107. The two teams will face each other in the regular season on the 25th.

The first quarter started out balanced, but the Celtics soon took the lead of the game, with many counterattack points. With just one athlete in the starting lineup, Mitchell Robinson, the Knicks showed a less integrated team and opened up gaps for the Celtics to dominate the match.

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The Knicks’ marking had no space with Jrue Holiday’s accurate dribbling and assists. In the third period, the visiting team managed to show recovery, scoring 28/22.

The Boston team’s forward, Jayson Tatum, was the highlight of the match, scoring 28 points, eight rebounds and four assists in 30 minutes of play. Finally, in the last quarter, the Celtics sealed the victory at home by 23/22.

Namely, still in the NBA preseason, the Celtics had a victory and a defeat against the Philadelphia 76ers. The Knicks face the Washington Wizards this Wednesday, while the Celtics conclude their preseason participation this Thursday, against the Charlotte Hornets.

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