The Hornets suffered one of, if not their most disappointing loss of the season on Friday to the Orlando Magic in Charlotte, but they had an opportunity to get things back on track against a New York Knicks team that appeared to be getting themselves together after a rather disappointing start. They did just that with a dominant 97-87 win which was led by a career performance from Miles Bridges, who dropped 38 points on 14-20 shooting, and another nice afternoon from Terry Rozier, who finished with 22 points of his own.
Sam Farber, the radio voice of the team, stopped by the Mac Attack this morning to discuss just how big of a win this was for the Hornets on Monday.
“I think this is just a great win for the Hornets because Charlotte, New York, Boston and Toronto are all in this grouping in the play-in tournament. If things stay the way they are, someone will be left without a chair for the play-in tournament and you don’t want to be that team.”
-Sam Farber, Hornets radio play-by-play broadcaster