The Indiana Pacers have played a much sharper game against the Milwaukee Bucks tonight than they did a month ago when the two teams met. The Pacers shot 52.8% in the first half, and control the game in nearly all areas except for turnovers. They committed 14 turnovers, leading to 15 Bucks points, keeping a potentially double-digit affair within striking distance for the Bucks.
Paul George leads the Pacers with 10 points, five rebounds, and four assists, while Roy Hibbert adds in eight on 4-6 shooting. Indiana is getting quality contributions from the bench with Gerald Green and Ian Mahinmi each scoring six. Brandon Jennings is the only Bucks player in double figures, but has a game high 15 on 6-9 shooting.