The series is deadlocked at one game apiece with the next two games shifting to Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis. It's really a breath of fresh air for the Pacers, who are 3-0 at home in the postseason and looked anything like a championship contender in Game 2.
With the two games behind us, certain trends have developed. Some are good (Pacers' rebounding), and some are bad (Pacers' turnovers). Indiana has to regroup and go back to the drawing board if it wants to get a leg up on New York.
Going into Game 3 on Saturday, some questions still linger.
Will the Pacers be able to finally stifle the Knicks' vaunted long-range shooting?
How will they put Carmelo Anthony in foul trouble again like they did in their Game 1 win?
If Indiana is able to do both of these and more, they can really turn the tide back in their favor.