Tyrese Haliburton, a guard with the Indiana Pacers, let his play speak for itself. He has now forced Wally Szczerbiak to retract his statements.
Haliburton scored a career-high 43 points to help the Pacers defeat the Miami Heat 111-108 on Friday. Not only that, but with 2.6 seconds left in the game, he also drilled the game-winning shot over Kyle Lowry to break the tie.
TYRESE HALIBURTON CALLED GAME
PACERS WIN pic.twitter.com/0XP8LFPxHP
— NBA (@NBA) December 24, 2022
Tyrese Haliburton was hailed as a true All-Star by Wally Szczerbiak on Twitter following that outstanding and historic performance. Following an apology for calling the Pacers guard a “want to be” and bogus All-Star during a game against the New York Knicks, the former NBA swingman made the comment.
“Looks like an All-Star to me. “
Wally Szczerbiak after Tyrese Haliburton drops 43 points, 10 threes, 7 assists, and the game-winner vs. the Heat: pic.twitter.com/SEbG2cosfV
Haliburton has undoubtedly silenced his detractors, such as Szczerbiak. The 22-year-old has averaged 38 points and 7.5 assists on 60% shooting in the two games he has played since hearing the former NBA All-criticism. Star’s In that brief period, Haliburton has also made a total of 16 triples.
For what it’s worth, Haliburton couldn’t give a damn about what Szczerbiak had previously said about him, even if he also seemed to take a dig at the NBA veteran by claiming that he didn’t even know where the now-45-year-old had previously played.
Haliburton is undoubtedly demonstrating to everyone why he should be given consideration for the All-Star team. There’s no denying he has made a strong case for himself, despite the fact that it might be difficult for him given the abundance of good players in the East.