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A Tale of Two Halves in loss to Knicks

    The pacers held a small lead early, and a sizable lead after halftime, but fell to the Knicks 110-103 Wednesday night. Danny Granger dominated play in the first half, scoring 30 points and hitting 4 three-pointers in the first quarter alone. The Pacers outscored the Knicks in both the first two quarters, and were outscored in the final two quarters; they were beat handedly in the fourth 34-17, a greater margin than the halftime lead held by the pacers. Hughes was huge again for the Knicks, and continues what may be a return to earlier career form for him. Indiana's former fan favorite Al Harrington put the dagger in his former team, scoring 16 points in the fourth; he had 26 on the night, which was good enough for second highest scorer to Danny Granger. The Pacers will have a difficult test Friday, as they attempt to bounce back against Lebron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers.

By Tim Cannon

3 comments:

Evan said...

Good article. Keep it up

Michael said...

Danny is dreamy!! And who is this Lebron character you speak of??

Michael said...

Question for ya Timmy. Why did we let Jamison Brewer go? I feal like he was a fan fav and a real
contributor to the Indy community!!!