A double-overtime thriller against the Boston Celtics in the season opener had 11 lead changes and 10 ties.
When the typically gruff Knicks coach Tom Thibodeau took the podium on Wednesday night, he did something out of character. He opened his news conference with a smile.
He had just sat — or rather, stood — through a double-overtime thriller to start the season against the Boston Celtics, a game that featured 11 lead changes and 10 ties. It was the first time that a Knicks home opener went into double overtime.
“The good thing is, at the end of the day, we got the win,” Thibodeau said of the Knicks’ pulling out
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