Pacers vs. Knicks Game 5: Live Score, Highlights and Analysis
New York hangs on to beat the Pacers 85-75 behind 28 from Melo and the series is 3-2 as the teams head back to Indianapolis.
The Knicks hold on to beat the Pacers by 10 and force a Game 6 behind 28 from Melo.
Knicks led the entire way, win Game 5 85-75 to force Game 6 on Sat. in Indy. 28pts for Anthony. PG had 23. Hill's status is day-to-day.— Scott Agness (@ScottAgness) May 17, 2013
The Knicks lead is single digits with less than two minutes remaining.
How do the Pacers throw a pass away on a 5-on-4 power play with Chandler laying down at the other end? If that doesn't sum it up...— Chris Goff (@Pacers_Chants) May 17, 2013
Chandler is down. Looked like he might've hurt his tailbone on that fall. Hobbling off.— Tim Bontemps (@TimBontemps) May 17, 2013
Carmelo uses his leg to create space and hits the jumper to put the Knicks up 10.
Tyson Chandler gets called for his fifth foul.
Looked like an awkward fall for Stephenson that last trip and now he's out of the game. Something to monitor moving forward.— Tim Bontemps (@TimBontemps) May 17, 2013
Pacers get to within 4 and now the Knicks are right back up by 10 after Melo jumper and Stephenson turns ball over— Mike Wells (@MikeWellsNBA) May 17, 2013
Ray Felton's layup puts the Knicks up 10 and forces an Indy timeout.
David West checking back in. With 17pts and 10 rebounds, he has his third consecutive double-double.— Scott Agness (@ScottAgness) May 17, 2013
That was Melo's first fourth quarter bucket in the last two games.— Jonah Kaner (@TheKnicksWall) May 17, 2013
Paul George hits the huge three and it's a four-point game.
The Knicks lead is six as we head into an official timeout.
Five on George.— Dan Devine (@YourManDevine) May 17, 2013
JR Smith goes down hard after a foul by Tyler Hansbrough and takes his time getting up.
Gerald Green: boneheaded turnover. Copeland with the steal. Then Copeland with the 3.— Chris Goff (@Pacers_Chants) May 17, 2013
Ray Felton hits the jumper to put the New York lead back at 10.
Knicks had 14 points in the paint in the 3rd quarter... they had 12 in the 1st half— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) May 17, 2013
The Knicks lead by 10 headed into the fourth.
Carmelo hits the jumper to give the Knicks a 10-point lead.
Key for George Hill has been icing the pick-and-roll. Augustin's attempts have been laughable.— Dylan Murphy (@DylanTMurphy) May 17, 2013
Paul George hits the jumper and the Knicks' lead is single digits.
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