In his final Summer League Game of 2021, Miles McBride of the New York Knicks scored 19 points to help the Knicks win 104-85 against the Atlanta Hawks in NBA Summer League action in Las Vegas, NV.
McBride was able to get going offensively early in the game. McBride scored all 19 of his points in the first half, including making five three-pointer’s, while he only attempted one shot in the second half. In addition to his 19 points, McBride finished with one rebound, four assists, and one steal.
Although McBride had another solid performance, he was not the only Mountaineer in attendance. West Virginia head men’s basketball coach Bob Huggins was in attendance to see his superstar play in his final Summer League game.
The Knicks finished with a 4-2 record after today’s win, and McBride although he came off the bench in most games, seems to be in the future plans of the Knicks’ organization.
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