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Indiana tightens the screws defensively once again, takes a 3-1 series lead over New Yorkyahoo.com May 14, 2013INDIANAPOLIS — The Knicks attempted to find another gear against the Indiana Pacers’ all-world defense on Tuesday, but the engine repeatedly failed to even turn over for New York. Indiana kept up its stifling defense and opportunistic offense in the tShare TweetNew York Knicks shooting guard J.R. Smith checked into Game 4 against the Indiana Pacers with 7:11 remaining in the first quarter. Sixty seconds later, the struggling Sixth Man of the Year took his first shot of the night, a 27-foot 3-pointer. As has be…Share Tweet
Clear Path: The Pacers defense again caused havoc with the Kn…CNNSI.com May 14, 2013The Pacers defense again caused havoc with the Knicks' shooters and Indiana took advantage to score a 93-82 Game 4 win, and a 3-1 series lead, in the Eastern semifinals.Share Tweet
The Grizzlies Are Starting To Look Like The 2004 Champion Pistonsdimemag.com May 14, 2013Defense wins championships. Over the years, the same concept is continuously preached… all the while Kobe Bryant, LeBron James and Michael Jordan rule the world with unmatched offense. However, in the end over the past 25 years, that theory has been proShare TweetESPN.com May 14, 2013Miami Heat star Dwyane Wade received extensive treatment Tuesday on his bruised right knee and is considered questionable for Game 5 against the Chicago Bulls on Wednesday.Share Tweetdimemag.com May 14, 2013The New York Knicks are a total mess right now. Already facing an uphil battle down 2-1 to the Pacers heading into Game 3 Indianpolis tonight, the bad news keeps mounting. J.R. Smith is apparently still sick, Kenyon Martin missed practice yesterday afte…Share Tweet
Carmelo Anthony hardly blamed for struggling team on Knicks home network, MSGnydailynews.com May 14, 2013Bernard King’s “self-imposed” Twitter exodus had a trickle-down effect. Either that, or Carmelo Anthony was so invisible in the second half of Knicks’ 82-71 loss to the Pacers in Game 3, the voices couldn’t even see him. Jeff Van Gundy should hiShare Tweet
Pacers 5-0 At Home In PlayoffsMay 14Tim Legler breaks down how the Pacers contained Carmelo Anthony and stopped the Knicks from getting open looks.
Pacers Cruise To Commanding 3-1 LeadMay 14The Pacers outrebounded the Knicks 54-36 en route to a 93-82 win in Game 4.