The Indiana Pacers have shot 51.4% and have hit five three pointers to grab a six-point halftime advantage over the New York Knicks. The Pacers have had a relatively great half despite an 11-0 Knicks run at the end of the first quarter and into the second. The Knicks are getting most of their offense from pick and roll play, led by Raymond Felton, who has 14 points.
D.J. Augustin helped spur a big second quarter for the Pacers, outscored New York 30-19, leading the Pacers with 10 points, including three three pointers. David West and Paul George each have 10, as Lance Stephenson pitches in with six points and seven rebounds. Carmelo Anthony and J.R. Smith are a combined 6-19 with Anthony at 5-13.