• The Knicks tied it at 1-1 in the semifinals Tuesday night (111-105).
  • The return of Julius Randle has done the New York team the greatest good.
  • Games 3 and 4 of the series will be played Saturday and Monday in Miami.

With 25 points, 12 rebounds and 8 assists, Julius Randle led the Knicks to victory in game two. Now, they will have to repeat their performance away, twice in three days, if they want to have a chance of reaching the Eastern Conference final.

What time and on which channel to watch Miami Heat - NY Knick

Game 3 of the NBA Semifinals will air on beIN Sports, for subscribers, at 21:30 p.m. on Saturday, May 6, 2023.

With this schedule, it's the perfect opportunity to see the NBA live, which is rare enough to be highlighted.

The Heat must react

Deprived of its star Jimmy Butler, the Miami Heat is far from boasting at the dawn of the 3rd game of this semifinal. With an average of 35.5 points in the playoffs (top scorer), it is obvious that his absence is felt.

Martin (22 points) and Vincent (21 points) tried to make up for his absence in Game 2, but it was too fair. Especially late in the game, even though they led by 6 points in the last quarter. The two teams are now back-to-back and everything remains to be done.

Knicks regain hope

With the return of Randle, author of 30 points, it is the whole team that shows a better face. After regaining their superb appearance at the end of the second game, the New York players must continue in Florida.

Tom Thibodeau's men will try to get at the level of their leader to take the advantage in this semi-final.

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— NEW YORK KNICKS (@nyknicks) May 3, 2023

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