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If "Lin-sanity" is supposedly dead, then Indiana didn't get the memo, as throngs of Jeremy Lin, and New York Knicks fans filled the Bankers Life Fieldhouse rafters to witness the Pacers fall, yet again, in the second consecutive night against the Knicks to the tune of 102-88.

Lin dropped 19 points, 7 rebounds, and 6 assists to lead the suddenly resurgent Knicks, who have won 3 straight games under Interim coach Mike Woodson, after taking over former coach Mike D'Antoni.