Magic Vs. Sixers, 2012 NBA Playoffs: Halftime, Indiana Leads 50-47

The Indiana Pacers looked like they were well on their way to clinching the series with their play in the first quarter on Tuesday night, but they turned the ball over frequently in the second quarter, letting the Orlando Magic back into the game. Indiana led by as many as nine points, but only leads Orlando 50-47 at halftime.

Orlando has looked overmatched most of the game, and they only have the Pacers' turnovers to thank for the close score. They're shooting just 43 percent from the floor and Indiana is winning the rebounding battle, 23-17. Louis Amundson has been a surprise impact player, scoring six points in just four minutes.

Danny Granger leads the Pacers in scoring, but is only 3-9 from the floor. David West started the game well, but was less effective in the second quarter after taking an unfortunate shot to the groin that may or may not have affected his performance. Orlando's Glen Davis leads all scorers with 11 points.

For more on the Pacers, check out Indy Cornrows and SB Nation Indiana. For more on the Magic, head over to Orlando Pinstriped Post and SB Nation Tampa Bay.

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