That’s it!!! Yesterday the Knicks played the Pacers in game 2 of their series. At half the Knicks led 47-42 and after that they were on FIRE! In the 4th the Knicks scored 33 and the Pacers scored 13 points leading the Knicks to a 105-79 win. Melo had 32 points and shot .500 from the field. The series will now go to Indiana tied 1-1.
Hockey: Last night the Islanders played the Penguins in game 4 of their series. Think about this, when everyone thinks of a 1seed vs 8 seed game they usually think of a blowout especially with the Penguins but surprisingly the Isles have really kept it close winning game 2 and keeping game 3 close forcing it to OT. Now last night was a great night for Islander fans when the Isles won 6-4 in a goal scoring party. Now people are maybe thinking twice about this series especially me when I kept saying don’t believe in the Isles they’ll never win in a million years! The Penguins now have to start playing some Hockey to prove who they really are. The Rangers will play the Capitals tonight at 7:30 PM eastern time.
Soccer: Here is some very surprising soccer news that was announced this morning. Manchester United coach Sir Alex Ferguson will retire after this season. He is currently 71 and has been coaching Man U since 1986. Everyone will remember him as one of the best coaches in the English Premier league.
Who will coach now for Manchester?
Baseball: Last night the Mets faced off against the White Sox in Queens. The Mets had ace Matt Harvey on the mound who is undefeated and very fun to watch. He always puts on a show when he steps on the mound. And Matt did exactly that last night going 9 innings, 1 hit allowed and had 12 K’s. The one hit was off Alex Rios when he hit a grounder to SS Ruben Tejada and he tried to make a Derek Jeter jumping throw to first and it was too late!!! That was when the perfect game was broken up. I think Tejada learned a lesson not to be to fancy at short when throwing to first unless your Derek Jeter. The game was scoreless through 9 1/2 innings until Mike Baxter had a pinch-hit walk-off single to win 1-0. Bobby Parnell pitched the 10th and got the win because Harvey had no runs from the Mets.