By Ian Sacks
The Westchester Knicks defeated the Grand Rapids Drive 97-83 to earn the franchise’s first win Nov. 21.
The Knicks led the entire game, jumping on top 12-2 in the first four minutes. They led by 13 at the end of the first quarter and held a 58-31 advantage at halftime. The lead got as big as 22 early in the fourth quarter.
“We have a chance to win every night,” Knicks head coach Kevin Whitted said. “The main thing tonight was just making sure that we maintained our defensive effort that we gave for the last two games and concentrate a little bit more offensively in terms of just trusting the system, not forcing things and allowing the game to kind of just flow.”
The Westchester Knicks recorded their first win of their inaugural season with a decisive win over the Grand Rapids. Led by Todd Mayo’s 20 points and 5 other players contributing to the scoring attack, the Knicks came away victorious.
Westchester Knicks Post-Game Report with Ian Sacks and Anthony Carlo.
Ian and Anthony analyze the Westchester Knicks first win of their young season.
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