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News » After second win, will Knicks get Iverson?

After second win, will Knicks get Iverson?

After second win, will Knicks get Iverson?

Granger fouled out with 1:26 left and the Knicks leading 101-100. New York pulled away from there as Granger sat on the bench with his head down.

"He's their best scorer, he's a dynamic player, an All-Star," Lee said. "That's huge for them when he's not able to get as many shots, partially because of foul trouble. It makes them go to different options."

Granger shot 11 for 14 in the first half, including 5 of 6 3-pointers. He did it all, scoring on drives and jumpers while still finding time to grab six boards. The Pacers led 69-54 at the break.

The Pacers came out cold in the second half, missing seven of their first eight shots. Hughes made a 3-pointer to cut Indiana's lead to 71-62.

Jones made a 3-pointer, and Tyler Hansbrough had a dunk and a three-point play during a 10-1 run that gave Indiana an 82-63 lead.

New York bounced back with an 11-0 run that included six points by Harrington, but Indiana still led 86-76 at the end of the third.

The Knicks outscored the Pacers 34-17 in the fourth quarter. Now, they want to build the right kind of streak.

"Seventy-some games left," Hughes said. "There are a lot of games to be played. We can't get into a situation where we panic. We're not in that big a hole, but we do need to put it together, so we needed this win tonight."

NOTES: Indiana F Troy Murphy sat out with a bruised lower back. He joined Travis Diener (toe, left foot), Jeff Foster (sprained right ankle) and Mike Dunleavy (right knee) on the injured list. ... Granger scored 10 of his 13 first-quarter points after committing his second foul with 10:18 to go. ... Curry and Indiana's Solomon Jones were hit with technicals after an altercation in the second quarter. ... Hansbrough was cleared to play more than 16 minutes for the first time after missing the preseason with a shin injury. He scored 14 points in 18 minutes.

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