More like Out-dianapolis for Raymond Felton. In the Knicks’ 106-99 season-ending Game 6 loss to the Pacers at Bankers Life Fieldhouse last night, Felton, who struggled in Game 3 in Indianapolis, delivered another miserable performance. The point guard missed all seven of his shots from the field, scoring two points. Though Felton dished out a game-high-tying six assists, his floater — a huge weapon for him — was off the mark. He missed on multiple drives and only got two free-throw tries — both in the first quarter. “[The floater] wasn’t falling,” Felton said. “My jump shot was going in and out at the rim. It’s frustrating, especially when it’s a big game like this.” Felton’s Game 6 flop was almost an identical to his Game 3 disaster, in which he shot 1-for-8 and scored six points. Felton did rebound in Game 4 with a 14-point effort (7-of-16 from the field), and he was terrific in Game 5 at the Garden, putting up a second half of 10 points, five rebounds, four assists and three steals. But when it mattered most, Felton was brutal.