Pacers Rout Knicks With Seven Players Scoring in Double Figures


Thaddeus Young, right, dribbling around Lance Thomas of the Knicks during the Indiana Pacers’ win in Indianapolis on Monday.

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INDIANAPOLIS — Thaddeus Young scored 20 points to lead seven Indiana players in double figures as the Pacers routed the short-handed Knicks, 115-97, on Monday night.

Bojan Bogdanovic scored 19 points and Victor Oladipo added 16 for the Pacers (13-11), who led by 26 at halftime and by 95-65 after three quarters.

The Knicks (11-12) were without their leading scorers, Kristaps Porzingis (25.8 points per game) and Tim Hardaway Jr. (17.8), for a second consecutive loss. Porzingis is dealing with a sprained right ankle and illness, and Hardaway has a lower left leg injury.

Michael Beasley led the Knicks with 13 points.

The Pacers, who entered the game with the second-best 3-point percentage in the N.B.A. (.397), hit 11 of 26 3-pointers.

Pacers center Myles Turner blocked a shot in the first quarter to extend his streak of at least one block in every game this season. Turner, a…

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