Stan Van Gondy wasn’t a happy wagon after the Pelicans lost to the Knicks on Sunday – to say the least. With 7.8 seconds remaining on the list, New Orleans kept a three-point lead over New York, so Van Gondi ordered his team to make a foul in order to close any opportunity for the Knicks to tie the match. Instead, the swan had a complete mental breakdown. MORE: Nets’ Kevin Durant leaves match against Hit due to a thigh injury Eric Bledso failed to insult Derek Rose while driving the paint, and helped Lonzo Paul’s Reggie Bullock, who scored 38.8 per cent from a three-point shot. Rose hit Bullock in the corner for an adorable look, and Pollock drained the trio. “Today, with 7.8 seconds remaining, the high school students have done what they’re supposed to do.” Stan Van Gondy on defensive foul Balez who sent the game to OT 😳 pic.twitter.com/WBDhaEjooY – Bleacher Report (BleacherReport) April 18, 2021 Paul finds Bledsoe in possession of the ball afterwards for a potential whistle-hit, but Rose partially blocked a shot Bledsoe, which sent the match into extra time. The Knicks then beat the Pelican 19-9 in the extra frame on their way to a 122-112 victory. Van Gondi could not hide his frustration with poor execution late in the match while the media made it available to him after the match, saying New Orleans “deserved it.” Van Gondi said, “I thought we fought hard. We were there, and all you have to do is execute for 7.8 seconds. ”“ You’re just supposed to get out of the time-out, do what we’re supposed to do and put the game away, and we don’t. ”Bledsoe admitted that he must have gone wrong. Rose did not, however, due to a “lack of focus.” Van Gondi noted that attention to detail is an ongoing problem for this group, with Van Gondi saying, “We are good enough to compete with people, but we are not doing the things it takes to win at the end of matches.” Part of this is a learning experience, but today, there is absolutely no excuse today. nothing. nothing. I don’t care if I am a high school student. You can do what we were supposed to do in 7.8 seconds. So, no excuse whatsoever. ”Van Gondi added that he wanted the Pelicans to handle the situation the same way they did earlier this season against the Celtics. In that competition, New Orleans likewise maintained a three-point advantage in less than 10 seconds on the clock. Josh Hart faulted Jason Tatum as soon as he dribbled the ball, and Tatum made two free throws.The Pelicans won 120-115. Van Gondy said: “Making plays is one thing. It is not easy to do this against a good defense. It’s not. ”“ That’s one thing, and I take responsibility for a lot of it when I don’t think I find the right things for us to do …. Today, [it was] simple. High school youth would have executed the sprawl. 7.8 seconds, high school youth could have done what they were supposed to do. ”The Pelicans dropped to 25-32 with a loss. They have now returned three games from Tottenham to last place in the Western Conference Play Championship.