The Indiana Pacers are actually leading at halftime, they somehow scored 50 points, and they're shooting over 40% against the Detroit Pistons as they found a little mojo from Lance Stephenson in the second quarter, who led a 10-0 run to put Indiana up 45-40 late in the quarter as Indiana breaks 50 in a half thanks to 28 first quarter points. The Pacers held Detroit to 36% shooting in the first half with Josh Smith scoring 15 first quarter points.
Stephenson was the catalyst for Indiana's success in the second quarter, rebounding, leading the offense, passing, and scoring, as part of his nine points, four assists, and three rebounds. Paul George leads the Pacers with 10 points. Roy Hibbert left the game late in the first quarter after taking a fall, his head slamming into the floor. He'll be questionable for the rest of the game with a sore neck.