NEW YORK, May 7 (UPI) -- Carmelo Anthony
scored 32 points and New York pulled away with a big second-half run Tuesday, downing Indiana 105-79 to even its second-round playoff series.
Anthony netted 22 of his total in the second half as the Knicks put the contest away with a 36-4 run, which boosted them into a 1-1 tie with the Pacers in their Eastern Conference semifinal series.
Iman Shumpert helped out with 15 points and Raymond Felton added 14 as New York rebounded from a 102-95 loss in Sunday's Game 1.
Paul George provided 20 points for Indiana, which missed 14 consecutive shots during the decisive second-half stretch.
David West (13 points) and George Hill (12) also reached double figures for the Pacers, who will host Saturday's Game 3.
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