Isaiah Stewart shocked as Marvin Bagley III ends Julius Randle’s life with monstrous dunk

Marvin Bagley III dives in against Julius Randle
Marvin Bagley III dives in against Julius Randle

While the Detroit Pistons are one of three teams eliminated from postseason competition with more than 10 games remaining until the end of the regular season, they certainly had a positive spotlight shared by their players. These included players like Isaiah Stewart, Cade Cunningham and Marvin Bagley III, all three of whom were involved in a clutch game against the New York Knicks in the team’s most recent encounter.

Cade Cunningham - Detroit Piston
Cade Cunningham-Detroit Pistons

The Knicks took on the Pistons en route with the goal of winning all remaining games to earn a play-in tournament from the Atlanta Hawks. With just over a few minutes to complete the fourth quarter, the away team led by 6 points as Cade Cunningham found Marvin Bagley III in the paint with Julius Randle chasing him.

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Marvin Bagley III embarrasses Julius Randle with an epic reverse slam

Julius Randle
Julius Randle

Catching the ball, a handful of Pistons fans expected the in-form Marvin Bagley III to be able to score as his back was turned to the rim. But in the transition, the Detroit player scored an epic reverse dunk from Randle and also won a foul. This was the first time in Bagley’s career that he registered consecutive games over 25 points for his team.

Marvin Bagley III had 27 points and 7 rebounds with a 79% field goal accuracy rate against the New York Knicks. However, it was the away team that edged past Piston’s 104-102 to still have a slim chance of clawing back the Atlanta Hawks for last place in the play-in tournament.

Marvin Bagley III
Marvin Bagley III

On the one hand, the New York Knicks were led by RJ Barrett with a team-high 21 points. Immanuel Quickley’s 18 points off the bench made a big difference for the away team. While Isaiah Stewart scored a double-double for his team, Cade and Saddiq Bey added 18 and 14 points, respectively. With 33 wins in the 2021-22 season, the Knicks are now 4 wins behind the Atlanta Hawks. Will we see them in the postseason? Remains to be seen.

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Subhankar Mondal

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