Pacers get blown out in NY
Indianapolis Star reports:
The Pacers looked nothing like a team that was ready to go on a winning streak, like forward Danny Granger had said after Wednesday's victory against the Philadelphia 76ers.
The Pacers trailed by 10 points after the first quarter, 19 at halftime and by as many as 32 points in the second half.
"There's no explanation for getting off to a start like that," Pacers guard A.J. Price said. "We need to find some kind of middle ground where we can keep ourselves in games and not let them get away so early so we still give ourselves a chance to win the game later."
At 25-17, the Pacers remain eight games over .500, but they've yet to establish an identity nearly two-thirds of the way into the 66-game regular season.