Knicks vs Pacers Game 4: Live Score, Highlights and Analysis
George Hill scores 26 as the Pacers hold the Knicks to just 36% shooting to take a 3-1 series lead over the Knicks with a 93-82 victory.
George Hill scores 26 as the Pacers hold the Knicks to just 36% shooting to take a 3-1 series lead.
Novak scored more points in 15 secs than Kidd, Shumpert, and Kenyon did in 60+ minutes.— Justin Phan (@jphanned) May 15, 2013
Steve Novak hits the long three but it's likely too little-too late.
JR Smith hits the triple to put the Knicks within 10. Timeout NY.
Paul George is the first Pacers player with at least 18 points, 14 rebounds & 7 assists in a playoff game since Mark Jackson in 1998.— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) May 15, 2013
Copeland hits another three and the Pacers lead 84-70.
No Iman Shumpert or Pablo Prigioni in the 4th quarter.— Nate Taylor (@ByNateTaylor) May 15, 2013
Timeout Indiana, up 82-67. Why? Who knows.— Dime Update (@DimeUpdate) May 15, 2013
JR Smith hits the step-back jumper and it's a 15-point game.
The Pacers have held the Knicks to just 33.3% shooting tonight.
Pacers are 6-0 this postseason when George Hill scores at least 14 points and 0-3 when he scores fewer than 14. Hill has 23 so far tonight.— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) May 15, 2013
Prigioni: 3 minutes. Kidd: 15 minutes. Something is not right.— Jonah Kaner (@TheKnicksWall) May 15, 2013
Lance Stephenson gets to the bucket for the layup to put the Pacers up 13 and force a NY timeout.
Lance Stephenson, a 33 percent shooter from the arc, nails a wiiiiiide-open triple. Lead back to 13.— Chris Goff (@Pacers_Chants) May 15, 2013
Chris Copeland (Metta World Peace's game-changer) hits a three.
Stephenson missed a wide open outback that could have put Pacers up 20 w/5:11 left. Since then, Pacers 2 for 8, 2 turnovers, outscored 11-4.— bandwagonknick (@bandwagonknick) May 15, 2013
The Knicks close the quarter on an 11-3 run and trail by 11 headed into the fourth.
Kidd's out there for his intangibles though. That's why the Knicks have been outscored by 5.3 pts/100 with him on the court in the playoffs.— Jared Dubin (@JADubin5) May 15, 2013
Smith has four quick points but he's still shooting just 2-for-12.
Knicks might make a run . Number 14 is a potential game changer!!— Metta World Peace (@MettaWorldPeace) May 15, 2013
The Pacers lead by 15 with a little more than a minute left in the third.
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