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It started out pretty even between the two teams, and halfway through the first, Westchester led the Mad Ants 10-9. It was close in the beginning with the Mad Ants with a little lead of 21-18. The Mad Ants began to pull away from Westchester by gaining a 9 point lead, 29-20. The Fort Wayne Mad Ants kept pushing and took a second quarter lead 44-29 and Westchester was forced to call a timeout with 1:30 left in the half. At the end of the half the Mad Ants led 50-32. Westchester began coming back cutting it to 11 with a score of 55-44. Westchester then cut it to six with a score of 67-61. At the end of the third the Mad Ants led by only 5 points, 67-62. They then cut it to one point making the score 72-71. The Mad Ants were determined, however, to come out on top as they took a ten point lead, 88-78. The Mad Ants and Knicks continued to trade baskets but the Knicks needed to get on a run. They did just that and cut it to 2 with 1:10 remaining on a Walker Russell three pointer to make it 94-92. Walker Russell Jr. then sank two free throws to tie the game at 94 with 03.6 seconds left. The Mad Ants then scored leaving 0.3 seconds left and taking the lead 96-94. And that was the game. After the game, we interviewed Marcus Ginyard who is a really chill guy and took the time to answer our questions. Here is the interview.
We also interviewed the coach, some fans, and Langston Galloway who was recently signed by the Knicks. Here are the interviews below.
Chris also interviewed a fan and gave the coach a few questions. You can see them on Christian's Corner.
Westchester played very well but unfortunately it did not end the way they wanted it to. Anyway, thanks for reading and please comment for more Westchester Knicks info!
My name is Mike V. I am an enormous basketball fan. I also am a die-hard Knicks fan. After graduating 5th grade, I started writing this blog at the age of 10 in the summer of 2012.