This one was ugly. The Pacers and Knicks typically trade blows in competitive, low-scoring games, but on Wednesday New York refused to hold up its end of the bargain. Indiana, on the other hand, showed up and showed out. The Pacers built a double-digit lead in the first quarter and increased their advantage to 30 by halftime. There would be no silver lining for the Knicks, who wound up as roadkill in the Pacers’ 125-91 blowout.
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