Indiana’s insane ‘67.1%’ free throw percentage rewrites NBA PO history “This is our power!”

The Indiana Pacers have etched their name in National Basketball Association (NBA) history with yet another upset, this time led by a fiery offensive performance.

On Tuesday, the Pacers defeated the New York Knicks 130-109, 21 points, in Game 7 of the best-of-seven 2023-2024 NBA Eastern Conference Semifinals at Madison Square Garden in New York City to advance to the Eastern Conference Finals with a 4-3 series victory. After defeating the No. 3 seed Milwaukee Bucks in the first round of the playoffs, the Pacers pulled off back-to-back “upsets” over the No. 2 seed Knicks in the semifinals. It’s the first time in 10 years that Indiana has reached the Eastern Conference Finals since the 2013-2014 season under 토토사이트 추천 Paul George (LA Clippers). The Pacers will take on the Boston Celtics for a spot in the championship game on Nov. 22.

On that day, the Pacers shot a whopping 67.1% from the field as a team. According to ESPN, 67.1% is the highest field goal percentage in NBA playoff history. The team shot 79 total shots, 53 of which went through the rim. They were also 13 of 24 from three-point range, for a 54.2% shooting percentage. In the first half, they shot a whopping 76.3% from the field.

“I knew it was Game 7,” said Tyreese Halliburton, who left the game wearing a hoodie with Reggie Miller’s famous “choke” signature. I didn’t want to have any regrets.” “This is what we’re made of,” said Myles Turner.

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