NBA Playoffs predictions: Pacers vs. Knicks Game 2 predictions

NBA Playoffs predictions: Pacers vs. Knicks Game 2 predictions

Tonight’s NBA playoff schedule consists of just one game: Game 2 between the Indiana Pacers and the New York Knicks.

The Pacers had the better of the most of the first game, which was a slugfest. Indiana was favoured by the large score, the quick tempo, and—above all—the bench play. The Pacers must also be eager to play and try to win Game 2 after the contentious conclusion.
Investigate this matchup to identify potential opportunities for players and/or teams to do better than anticipated this evening.
Tyrese Haliburton above 16.5 points (-115): Haliburton struggled in Game 1, finishing with only six points on 2-of-6 shooting from the field and three key mistakes in the final moments of the game. Beyond the stats, though, he was clearly not aggressive; he appeared unsure of himself and missed multiple opportunities to shoot. The biggest concern is Haliburton’s health because he still has back spasms, although he allegedly made repeated statements on Tuesday about wanting to perform much better in Game 2. In the initial

Haliburton finished the round with an average scoring average of 18.8 points per game after a poor start (10.5 points per game in Games 1 and 2). Tonight, I expect Haliburton to make an appearance and post a respectable score.

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