3 Notes on TJ McConnell, Rotation

Indianapolis – The Pacers opened their first two home games in the pre-season with a victory over the Knicks, who lost to them last week, 109-100. Perhaps most encouragingly, the rookies dominated in the long run. Here are three notes.

A bright future was likely on offer

4 minutes before the end of the match, coach Rick Carlisle left the match in the hands of the children. Andrew Nimbard, who played more because Therese Halliburton had lower back pain, carried out the attack. Benedict Mathurin, who had already shown a willingness to embrace the spotlight, was on the court as well.

Nimbard remained alert and did not force anything and buried three crucial players for 8 points in the final minutes. Mathurin scored a landslide victory with a cheerful windmill for the fans and finished the match with 27 points.

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