The Knicks beat the Pacers 85-75 last night to force a Game 6 in Indiana on Saturday night. While New York smartly abandoned many of the things they tried in Game 4 (going big, doubling like mad fools, etc.), it was an ugly performance. Show More Summary
George Hill missed Game 5 of the series between the Indiana Pacers and the New York Knicks. The Pacers' loss sends the teams back to Indianapolis for Game Six on Saturday, but will Hill be back on the floor? Let's take a look at the questions he and the Pacers face: What happened? During Game 4, Hill took an elbow to the head from Tyson Chandler. Show More Summary
With two series on the brink of ending Thursday night, we began in New York City where the Knicks tried to ward off doom from the Pacers, who had a 3-1 advantage. With George Hill out, the Pacers were forced to start D.J. Augustin against fellow former Bobcats point guard Raymond Felton. Show More Summary
While the New York Knicks finished 2013 with 54 wins and the No. 2 in the Eastern Conference, they still have much to improve next season. With only one pick in the NBA draft next month, Glen Grunwald and Co. will need to use it wisely. Show More Summary
After the New York Knicks fought off elimination with an 85-75 win in Game 5 against the Indiana Pacers, Mike Woodson expressed confidence in his much-maligned guard and conviction in his approach moving forward. With 13 points on 4-of-11 shooting, J.R. Show More Summary
Thursday's NBA playoff action saw Carmelo Anthony and the New York Knicks stave off elimination with an ugly 85-75 win over the Indiana Pacers. It also saw the San Antonio Spurs eliminate the Golden State Warriors by a final score of 94-82 at Oracle Arena in Oakland. Show More Summary
The New York Knicks battled to an 85-75 victory over the Indiana Pacers in Game 5 on Wednesday night, meaning the Miami Heat's scouting staff will have to continue manning double duty for another few days. It was a win-or-go-home scenario...Show More Summary
After squandering a chance to eliminate the New York Knicks in Madison Square Garden Thursday night, Indiana Pacers center Roy Hibbert was pretty candid with his postgame assessment of his team's effort. To put it mildly, he wasn't particularly...Show More Summary
One playoff-life-threatening loss was lesson enough for Mike Woodson. The head coach of the New York Knicks didn't bother with upsizing gimmicks (Kenyon Martin in the starting lineup) and hobbled, ineffective veterans ( Amar'e Stoudemire and Jason Kidd) in Game 5 against the Indiana Pacers. Show More Summary
The New York Knicks hosted Game 5 at Madison Square Garden staring elimination in the face. With the Indiana Pacers taking care of business in Game 4, they held a commanding 3-1 series lead as the Knicks hoped to reverse their fortunes. Show More Summary
In a game that lacked all aesthetic beauty, the New York Knicks stayed alive with an 85-75 victory against the Indiana Pacers. Carmelo Anthony scored 28 points on 28 shots in 42 minutes, but the real story was New York's defense, which held a sloppy Indiana team to 36.2 percent shooting from the floor while forcing 19 turnovers. Begin Slideshow
The Indiana Pacers entered Thursday night with the chance to eliminate the New York Knicks. They knew a victory wouldn't come easily, especially not when starting point guard George Hill was ruled out with a concussion. And not when facing a team fighting for its playoff life in front of its raucous hometown crowd. Show More Summary
Quicker than the smoke from the New York Knicks' pregame introduction pyrotechnics could clear, Carmelo Anthony drew a technical foul in Game 5 of his team's second-round series against the Indiana Pacers on Thursday night. Maybe the...Show More Summary
Pacers guard Lance Stephenson tried to get cute near the end of the second quarter when he elevated for what would've been a vicious tomahawk dunk in traffic over New York Knicks center Tyson Chandler. It even looked for a second like he had a chance. He didn't. Read more...
New York Knicks vs Indiana Pacers takes place in the NBA Playoffs Conference Semifinals, with the Pacers looking to wrap things up here today in Game 5.
The Indiana Pacers were without starting guard George Hill in Game 5 against the New York Knicks because of a concussion.
The Indiana Pacers can close out their Eastern Conference semifinals series with the New York Knicks with a win in Game 5 Thursday, but they will have to do so without one of their top stars. According to the Pacers' official Twitter...Show More Summary
Despite some mid-series rotation tinkering by coach Mike Woodson, the New York Knicks can't change their identity at this time of the year. For New York to avoid elimination against the Indiana Pacers in Game 5, its volume scorers must greatly raise their decibel levels. Show More Summary
The Indiana Pacers have dominated the New York Knicks in the Eastern Conference Semifinals, and e ven though the Pacers hold a 3-1 series lead, their mentality has not changed going into Game 5. Playing in Madison Square Garden willShow More Summary
Carmelo Anthony and J.R. Smith are shooting a combined 33 percent over their last seven games, which is important to consider when making your NBA picks on Thursday as the New York Knicks try to avoid elimination against the Indiana Pacers at Madison Square Garden. Show More Summary