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Eastern Conference Second Round Game Four: Knicks v. Pacers 5/14/13

Here are some notes for those fans getting ready to watch Game Four of the Eastern Conference Second Round, which features the New York Knicks and the Indiana Pacers as New York is on the road tonight for a very important game.

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Indiana leads the series 2 games to 1 so far, and the Knicks can start picking up some big time momentum with a victory in this contest. Things have been back and forth with Indiana winning Game Three by a score of 82-71.

Melo Man on Fire:

Carmelo Anthony has led the Knicks in points in all nine games this postseason. Anthony recorded a team high 32 points on 13-26 shooting (4-4 FT) and a team high nine rebounds in over 35 minutes in May 7.

Super Shumpert:

Iman Shumpert recorded eight points and a team high 10 rebounds in over 37 minutes in the May 11 loss to Indiana. This was Shumpert’s second time this postseason that he reached the 10-rebound mark. He posted 15 points, six rebounds and three assists in over 29 minutes in the May 7 victory over Indiana.

This Date in Knicks History:

1992: Knicks force Game 7 in the Eastern Conference Semifinals with a 100-86 victory over Chicago at Madison Square Garden. Patrick Ewing scores 27 points, eight rebounds and three blocks in spite of suffering a sprained left ankle in the third quarter.

2000: Charlie Ward scores 20 points, including the Knicks final nine to lead the team to a 91-83 victory over the Heat at MSG. The victory helped to tie the Eastern Conference Semifinals at 2-2.

Game Four between the Knicks and the Pacers is set to air on the TNT network, and tip-off is scheduled for 7:00 p.m.

4 comments on “Eastern Conference Second Round Game Four: Knicks v. Pacers 5/14/13

  1. Awesome read! Do you think Mike Woodson should shuffle the rotation for the rest of the series?

    • @worldmaniaoo we thank you for the compliment. That might be interesting to see things mixed up, though coaches are known not too-especially since Woodson didn’t do anything for Game 2 or 3. Who do you think should be the starters for the next game?

      • Ya, I like your site! I think Copeland and Novak should get some time to contribute. JR should sit for a bit, but not too long just to get his confidence back. Do you think the series is still win-able for the Knicks?

      • @worldmaniaoo JR has been cold for a while surprised to see he is starting still. We can never understand why coaches stick to things when they are not working. Here is hoping the team can get a victory soon.

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