The Knicks and Magic combined to score only 15 points in the second quarter on Saturday, setting the mark for the lowest-scoring quarter in NBA history. Both teams didn’t score at all in the first six minutes of that frame and shot a combined 6-39 from the field.
— Jay Williams (@RealJayWilliams) April 12, 2015
I'm at an NBA game, supposedly, and a soccer game broke out in the second quarter. Knicks 8, Magic 7.
— Brian K. Schmitz (@MagicInsider) April 12, 2015
At least Tim Hardaway Jr’s game-winning three-pointer gave fans something to talk about.