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Knicks takeaways from Wednesday’s 107-77 win over Mavericks, including a dominant defensive performance

Knicks Immanuel Quickley steals ball against Mavs white jersey

The Knicks’ winning streak extended to three games after New York beat the Mavericks, 107-77, on Wednesday.

RJ Barrett, Evan Fournier, Mitchell Robinson, Alec Burks and Julius Randle were the Knicks’ starting five against Dallas. Robinson was questionable (illness) before the game, but was well enough to start.

Here are the takeaways….

– The Knicks got off to a quick 13-4 stat in large part to Robinson’s dominance down low. He scored six points and grabbed three rebounds to begin the game and was a menace on the defensive end. Mavericks star Luka Doncic was noticeably uncomfortable/in pain early on. With four minutes left in the first, Barrett picked up his second foul and had to sit for Miles McBride.

The Knicks finished the first quarter on a 7-1 run to open a 31-17 lead. The story of the quarter was the Knicks defense, which held the Mavs to just 22 percent shooting. Despite a possible injury, Doncic scored 10 points. However, Dallas’ other players had a hard time finding the bottom of the net while Robinson led the Knicks with his six points.

– The Knicks opened the second quarter with Barrett, Burks, McBride, Immanuel Quickley and Taj Gibson on the floor. This unit went out to a 10-0 run which included seven points from Barrett. The Knicks would put on mini runs to build to a nearly 30-point lead. Despite Randle having a poor shooting first half (1-for-7), the Knicks went into the third quarter up 61-34.

Dallas’ poor shooting continued in the second quarter as they shot just 33 percent and fell to 1-21 from three. Doncic had just 12 points in the half. The Knicks, on the other hand, shot 50 percent and were led by Barrett’s 14 points. Robinson was the only other Knick in double figures (10), and grabbed seven boards.

– To start the third quarter, both teams would go back and forth for awhile, but unlike the first half Dallas was hitting their shots especially their threes. The Knicks were also sloppy with the ball, turning it over on multiple possessions. With about six minutes remaining in the quarter, Dallas would go on a 9-0 run to…

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2022-03-10

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