Watch: Fan drains half-court shot for $10K before Knicks hit first FG
The New York Knicks got off to a sluggish start shooting-wise in Wednesday’s season opener against the Atlanta Hawks at Madison Square Garden. Perhaps how the team made such a quick recovery can be credited in part to a Knicks fan’s clutch half-court shot during a game break.
The Knicks started off the game an abysmal 0-for-9 from the field to start Wednesday’s game. And then came one of those patented on-court routines where a fan can win some big money by draining a shot from long distance.
On Wednesday night, all that stood between the lucky fan and $10,000 was making good on a half-court shot. And then…
Changing up your Halftime Highlight
$10,000 thanks to @Chase. pic.twitter.com/NYlmo0OkNo
— NEW YORK KNICKS (@nyknicks) October 18, 2018
Best of all, it’s money in the bank for this guy thanks to a bank shot.
A Knicks fan banked a half-court shot for $10k … before the Knicks had even made a field goal (0-9) pic.twitter.com/xR6Sn6gLnm
— NBA on ESPN (@ESPNNBA) October 18, 2018
Well done on the pressure-packed shot, good sir. And best of all? Perhaps the dazzling display of long-range sharpshooting pumped up the Knicks, as the home team rebounded from the cold shooting start to beat the Hawks by a score of 126-107.