Indiana Pacers vs New York Knicks Game Player Stats and Box Scores for May 19 | 2024 NBA Playoffs Game 7

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Indiana Pacers vs New York Knicks Game Player Stats and Box Scores

Game 7 between the Indiana Pacers vs New York Knicks excites fans as they look forward to which team advances to the Eastern Conference Finals. Both teams are set to knock the other team for a chance to play a seven-game series against the Boston Celtics.

In Game 6, the Pacers had the chance to extend the series and did not disappoint their fans. Their high-powered offense was too much for the Knicks to handle. They look to capitalize on their momentum in the final game of their series as New York still has a few players out of the rotation.

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Indiana Pacers vs New York Knicks game player stats and box scores

Indiana Pacers game player stats and box scores

Aaron Nesmith19411018-82-21-114
Pascal Siakam20441118-152-32-29
Myles Turner17510417-112-31-120
Andrew Nembhard20561048-101-23-4-2
Tyrese Haliburton264611210-176-120-121
Ben Sheppard4532102-3--10
Obi Toppin3340101-40-11-211
T.J. McConnell12271126-80-1-21
Isaiah Jackson9110013-3-3-54
Kendall Brown000000---0
Jarace Walker000000---0
Doug McDermottDNP
Jalen SmithDNP
James JohnsonDNP

New York Knicks game player stats and box scores

OG Anunoby5000002-21-1--6
Josh Hart10852003-90-44-4-15
Isaiah Hartenstein0821120-2---25
Donte DiVincenzo394120411-219-157-9-21
Jalen Brunson17090016-171-34-5-9
Miles McBride8520114-140-6--19
Precious Achiuwa4010002-70-1--3
Alec Burks26320008-132-58-8-10
Mamadi Diakite000000---0
DaQuan Jeffries0 0 0000---0
Shake Milton0 0 0000---0
Jericho Sims0 0 0000---0

Offense takes over in the Indiana Pacers vs New York Knicks game

Game 7 of the Indiana Pacers vs New York Knicks featured a ton of stars to show their support for the home team. However, injuries for the Knicks took over the game, which prevented the team from fighting back. The Pacers took control before halftime, which gave them enough momentum to finish the job.

Tyrese Haliburton did not disappoint as he had 26 points to secure the win for his team. He shot a respectable 6-12 from beyond the arc as even the Knicks' defense wasn't able to slow him down. As good as he was during their elimination game, veteran guard TJ McConnell stood out for Indiana.

McConnell had 12 points and seven assists off the bench. His offense was great, but his defense was even better. On the stat sheet, he only had one steal. However, he annoyed the Knicks while he was on the floor as he deflected passes, slowed them down and contested each shot.

For the Knicks, they tried their best to keep up with the Pacers' offense. But the injuries to their stars were too much. OG Anunoby tried to play through injury but only logged less than five minutes of action. Their go-to guy, Jalen Brunson, had to head to the locker room as he fractured his hand on a defensive possession against Haliburton.

He played less than 30 minutes in Game 7, which is the first time he didn't register at least 30 minutes. He only had 17 points and had to sit for the remainder of the game. Like Anunoby, Josh Hart also played through his abdominal injury. Hart played 36 minutes and flirted with a double-double as he had 10 points and eight rebounds.

But that wasn't enough as the Pacers advanced to the conference finals.

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