The Indiana Pacers hold a slim lead over the Brooklyn Nets despite some struggles with turnovers keeping them from finding an offensive rhythm. They appeared well on their way with a 42-38 lead late in the second quarter, but turnovers allowed the Nets to push out a 7-0 run before the Pacers scored four points to close the half, regaining the lead. The Pacers have had 12 turnovers, leading to 21 Brooklyn points.
The Pacers are shooting 51%, though just 1-5 from three point range. Roy Hibbert leads the Pacers with 10 points on 3-4 shooting, including two blocks. Paul George has nine with David West and Lance Stephenson each scoring eight. Shaun Livingston leads the Nets with 12 points. Joe Johnson is in double figures with 10.