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NBA: Indiana 103, New York 100

NEW YORK, Feb. 6 (UPI) -- Kareem Rush keyed a late comeback Wednesday and Indiana held on to hand New York its seventh straight loss 103-100.

The Knicks led by seven points four minutes deep in the final period, but Indiana took the advantage with 3:30 to go and Rush hit two field goals as part of a six-point run that put the Pacers in charge.

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Indiana moved in front by six in the final minute, but a three-pointer by Jamal Crawford brought the Knicks within three. New York's Renaldo Balkman then had a shot blocked by Danny Granger, giving the Knicks a chance to tie it at the buzzer. But another three-point attempt by Crawford failed to go.

Rush scored 24 points off the bench to lead Indiana. Mike Dunleavy added 17 points and Granger had 16. The Pacers snapped a seven-game skid.

New York was led by Zach Randolph with 26 points and Crawford with 21.

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