KnicksTape: The Cross-Match Advantage

How the Knicks made mismatches work for them in Game 2

Pacers collapse late as Knicks run away

New York won Game 2 to make it a 1-1 series behind 32 points from Carmelo Anthony, forcing 21 Pacers turnovers as Indiana went cold late.

Final: Pacers fall apart against Knicks 105-79

Carmelo Anthony had 32 and Paul George had 20 as the Knicks run away from Indiana late to tie the series 1-1.

Reggie Miller calling Pacers vs. Knicks for TNT

Pacers legend Reggie Miller will call Game 2 between the Pacers and Knicks from Madison Square Garden where he had some of his finest moments as a pro.

Farewell to the Middle Kingdom Previews: Game 2

The Knicks embarrassed themselves in Game 1, which begs the question: who was your favorite "In Living Color" cast member?

Links: Knicks forced to adjust to Pacers in Game 2

The New York Knicks will have to adjust their attack against the Indiana Pacers after losing Game 1 on their home floor.

Pacers put Shaw's words into action for Game 1 win

The Pacers took pre-game words from assistant coach Brian Shaw to heart before going out and beating the Knicks in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Semifinals.

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