It basically came in garbage time, but he was aggressive and productive, putting up 8 pts on 2 of 5 shooting (0 for 2 on 3s, both of them off the front rim). He hit all 4 of his FT attempts. Earl also had a follow-up dunk off his own miss waived off for a blocking foul (he hit both FTs).
E0 (he wears number 0) grabbed 4 boards, had 2 blocks, and dished out 1 assist in his 11 minutes of game time. Hubie spoke pretty highly of him during the broadcast, and it looks like he'll be seeing regular minutes in the late first-early second quarter and probably to start the 4th quarter. Given the state of the Knicks, if Earl can keep his energy up, he'll get a good amount of minutes per game.