Pacers win thriller against Knicks, cut series lead in half

The Indiana Pacers avoided a 3-0 series deficit as they defeated the New York Knicks 111-106 in Indiana on Friday night.

Both the Knicks and Pacers traded lengthy runs in the second half in a back-and-forth game. However, it was Pacers guard Andrew Nembhard who hit the decisive three that the Knicks couldn’t come back from, ultimately giving the Pacers the win. Indiana’s big three stepped up tonight, with guard Tyrese Haliburton scoring 35 points and seven assists, while Pascal Siakam and Myles Turner combined for 47 points.

For the Knicks, Donte DiVincenzo posted a playoff career high of 35 points in the loss.

A huge Game Four takes place Sunday night in Indiana.

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