One more win and the Indiana Pacers are in the Eastern Conference Finals for the first time in nine years.

The Pacers took care of business on their home floor for the second straight game Tuesday night, beating the Knicks 93-82. The victory gives Indiana a commanding 3-1 lead in this best-of-seven second-round series.

Their first chance at closing out the series comes Thursday at 8 p.m. in Game 5 at Madison Square Garden.

The lead was 14 at halftime and 18 by the middle of the third quarter. It was Indianapolis native George Hill who carried the offensive weight in this one, scoring 14 in the third quarter alone and finishing with a game-high 26.

It’s the fourth time in four games a different Pacers player has led the team in scoring.

The only real scare came with a little over ten minutes left, the Knicks having cut the lead to eight. But Lance Stephenson buried a 3-pointer, and Indiana’s lead never returned to single digits.

Paul George was his usual self, scoring 18 points to go along with 14 rebounds and seven assists. Stephenson added 13 points.