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Last updated on Wednesday, May 8, 2013
(New York , NY) - The New York Knicks pulled even with the Indiana Pacers in the Eastern Conference playoffs by winning 105-79 in game-two at Madison Square Garden.
The best-of-seven, semi-final series is tied at 1-1 heading into game-three Saturday night in Indianapolis.
Carmelo Anthony had 32-points on 50-percent shooting Tuesday night after going 10-28 from-the-field in game-one.
Paul George led Indiana with 20 points and Hibbert finished with six-points and 12 rebounds.
The Knicks scored 100 points in a playoff game for the first time since June, 9th, 1999, when New York defeated the Pacers in the last playoff game ever played at Market Square Arena.
Game-three is Saturday at Bankers Life Fieldhouse with an 8:00 tip.
Game-four is Tuesday in Indianapolis before the series moves back to New York for game-five on Thursday, May 16.
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