Pacers Crush Knicks 121-89, Series Tied 2-2 as Haliburton Shines

May 13, 2024
Pacers Crush Knicks 121-89, Series Tied 2-2 as Haliburton Shines
  • The Indiana Pacers evened their series against the New York Knicks at 2-2 with a commanding 121-89 victory in Game 4 of the NBA Eastern Conference semifinals.

  • Pacers' Tyrese Haliburton led the scoring with 20 points, supported by T.J. McConnell's double-double of 15 points and 10 assists.

  • The Knicks' offensive struggled, managing only 33.7% field goal shooting and a dismal 18.9% from beyond the arc.

  • Indiana's lead peaked at 43 points, contributing to the game becoming the third-largest postseason victory margin in the team's history.

  • Absent four key players due to injuries, the Knicks showed signs of fatigue following the quick succession from Game 3.

  • Despite taking an elbow to the face, Haliburton remained a pivotal player for the Pacers throughout the game.

  • The series shifts back to Madison Square Garden for Game 5, with both teams now on equal footing.

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