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Pacers beat the Knicks 130-109

In a high-stakes showdown at Madison Square Garden, the Indiana Pacers delivered a commanding performance, overpowering the battle-tested New York Knicks with a resounding 130–109 victory in Sunday's Game 7 of the Eastern Conference semifinals series.

Displaying remarkable depth, six Pacers players notched double-digit scores, showcasing the team's cohesive effort in securing their ticket to the Eastern Conference finals for the first time since 2014. The Pacers were led by the stellar performance of All-Star point guard Tyrese Haliburton, who poured in 26 points to spearhead Indiana's offensive onslaught. Their remarkable shooting efficiency, particularly in the first half where they shot a staggering 76% from the field, set a record for the highest shooting percentage in a half in the past 25 years, as per ESPN Stats & Info. Despite the Knicks' resilience, injuries continued to plague them, with star point guard Jalen Brunson suffering a significant setback as he broke his left hand during the second half. 

 

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