Poor shooting makes for a bit of a sloppy, low-scoring affair in Indiana's season finale with Toronto.
Indiana used a 13-0 run late in the fourth quarter to come within four, but couldn't get the necessary stops to steal the win.
Indiana has committed 15 turnovers, but the Clippers are 1-14 from three point range in this exciting matchup.
Indiana's 3-0 blowout week coupled with Danny Granger's return moves Indiana up in various power rankings.
Roy Hibbert was ejected late in Indiana's win, led by David West (28), George Hill (23), and Paul George (21) to top Stephen Curry and the Warriors.
Indiana is led by George Hill (17) and David West (16) against a lights out Stephen Curry shooting performance.
Granger struggled shooting with two points on 1-10 from the floor, but was able to return in a Pacers win as Indiana sweeps the Pistons for fourth straight win.
George Hill had 17 to lead the Pacers to a win over Detroit. Danny Granger returned with two on 1-10 shooting.
A late run helped give Indiana a double digit lead despite a poor shooting night on both sides. Danny Granger made his debut, going scoreless.
Paul George had 27 as the Pacers scored 74 points in the first half as part of a 125-91 victory over New York.
The Pacers scored 44 points in the second quarter to help fuel a 30-point halftime lead that ballooned all the way to 39 in the second half. The Pacers came, they saw, they conquered the Knicks to pull within half a game of the second seed.
In an incredible offensive showcase, the Indiana Pacers piled on the New York Knicks in every possible way to score a season high 74 points as part of a 30-point blowout.
Paul George posted his first career triple double in the Indiana Pacers' blowout win over the Charlotte Bobcats. George finished the game with 23 points, 12 rebounds, and 12 assists.
After scoring just 10 points in the first 9:30 of the second quarter, the Indiana Pacers used a 9-2 run to close the quarter, taking a three-point halftime lead over the Charlotte Bobcats.
The Indiana Pacers saw a lot of love for their back-to-back-to-back sweep, but came crashing back to earth in their next two losses.