Knicks vs. Pacers Game 6: Live Score, Highlights and Analysis
Despite Carmelo's 39 points, the Pacers will head to the Eastern Conference Finals after beating New York in Game Six 106-99. Lance Stephenson scored a playoff career high 25 points in the win.
Pacers improve to 6-0 at home this postseason, have won 6 straight home games vs the Knicks— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) May 19, 2013
JR Smith does not feel like playing defense after Sam Young grabs the rebound.
The Pacers are headed to the Eastern Conference Finals for the first time since 2004.
FINAL- Indiana 106 New York 99— NBA Sports City (@NBASportsCity) May 19, 2013
The Knicks either just quit on the floor, or are bone crushingly stupid.— Tim Donahue (@TimDonahue8p9s) May 19, 2013
Carmelo throws it down to put the Knicks within four.
Pacers have outscored New York 31-18 at the foul line. The difference.— Chris Goff (@Pacers_Chants) May 19, 2013
Hill hits two freebies to make Indy +6 with 56 seconds left. Knick timeout.— Dime Update (@DimeUpdate) May 19, 2013
Carmelo's fourth quarter shot chart.
Pacers still in great shape: 101-97 lead with 1:15 to go.— Chris Goff (@Pacers_Chants) May 19, 2013
I thought the Pacers were going to have to ride Paul George down the stretch. Turns out it's Lance Stephenson. Strange world.— Paul Flannery (@Pflanns) May 19, 2013
David West's o-board and put-back is part of a Pacers 9-0 run that has them up five.
Lance Stephenson draws Tyson Chandler's 6th foul with 3:12 left. Hits the first to make it 96-92 Indy. NY timeout betweent he FTs— Dime Update (@DimeUpdate) May 19, 2013
That's Chandler's sixth foul. Yikes.— NBA Sports City (@NBASportsCity) May 19, 2013
Lance Stephenson hits the layup and draws the foul.
Just FYI, Carmelo Anthony has not scored in the 4th quarter.— Nate Taylor (@ByNateTaylor) May 19, 2013
Roy Hibbert's HUGE block on Carmelo at the rim.
Hibbert. What a block.— Darius Soriano (@forumbluegold) May 19, 2013
Paul George makes the nice cut and finishes at the rim and it's a 90-89 Pacers lead.
The Knicks are making their 3's, but they're also outworking the Pacers fro loose balls. NYK up 89-88 w 7:28 left in the game.— Mike Wells (@MikeWellsNBA) May 19, 2013
Knicks 17-17 from the line. In a game as close as this, that's just huge.— NBA Guru (@NBAGuru) May 19, 2013
Copeland hits the pull-up three in transition to give the Knicks a three-point lead.
Kenyon Martin tagged with his 5th foul. Pacers have to convert at the free throw line down the stretch. Knicks lead by one.— Scott Agness (@ScottAgness) May 19, 2013
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