The Indiana Pacers have taken it to the New York Knicks in the first half of Game 4. After the Knicks responded with an 11-3 run to Indiana's start, the Pacers haven't looked back, frustrating New York and building a 14-point halftime lead. Indiana's defense has led the way for the Pacers, holding New York to 31% shooting and 2-14 from three point range.
The Pacers are once again dominating the glass, winning the rebounding edge 30-18 with nine offensive boards. Paul George leads the Pacers with 12 as Carmelo Anthony tries to keep the Knicks afloat with 16. The Pacers bench won the first half 14-5, including seven from D.J. Augustin.