Post Game: Knicks 91, Pacers 125

On Wednesday Night, at Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis, the Knicks (32-19) were beaten like they stole something by the Indiana Pacers (33-32) 125-91. Box Score

If You Missed It…Consider yourself blessed….

Tyson Chandler led the Knicks in scoring tonight with 19 points on 4-9 shooting and was 11-11 from the free throw line. He also led the Knicks in rebounds with 11.

Carmelo Anthony scored 15 points on 7-21 from the floor including 1-6 from three. He also added  six rebounds and one assist.

Jason Kidd, Amar’e Stoudemire and J.R. Smith were a combined 2-15 for only 12 points, nine rebounds, and four assists. Smith was ejected in the third quarter

Paul George led the Pacers in scoring with 27 points on 11-19 shooting with eight rebounds, three assists and two blocks. David West had 18 points and nine rebounds.

Chris Copeland was allowed out of the dog house in the fourth quarter to score 13 points on 6-9 shooting. He was third on the Knicks in scoring tonight.

Kurt Thomas in 10 Minutes of action scored no points and fouled out of the game.

The Knicks scored 44 points in the first half, the Pacers scored 44 points in the second quarter.

The Knicks shot 5-28 from three (18%) while the Pacers were 11-24 (46%) from three.

The Knicks were out rebounded 54-39 and the Pacers had 28 assists to the Knicks 17.

The Knicks are now 14-14 in their past 28 games and only 16-15 in games that Rasheed Wallace has not played in.

The Pacers now lead the Knicks 37-36 in the Regular Season series since 1993-1994.

Matthew Falkenbury

If you watched this game from beginning to end, you deserve a medal and one of those participation certificates.

I’m not going to waste your time or mine anymore than I have to going over this game.

So instead, its time for another edition of Knicks Blowout Theatre.

This time I have decided that, to help you forget about the three hours or so you wasted on this Wednesday, I’m going to present to you highlights of Walt “Clyde” Frazier’s performance in Game 7 of the 1970 NBA Finals.

Coming up next the Knicks will head north of the border for the first time this season as they will take on Rudy Gay, Kyle Lowry and the Toronto Raptors. The game will start at 7:00 pm Friday and will be shown on MSG