The Indiana Pacers have continued to see positives on the offense end in the first half against the Toronto Raptors, but they weren't able to get stops on the defensive end as the Raptors shoot 53.5% and use a 15-5 to close the half to push their lead to eight at the break. The Pacers shot 45%, hitting three of their four three point attempts, though Toronto would up there with five first half threes.
David West was a big part of Indiana's offensive success, his passing and success shooting helped open up the Pacers, as he led them with 12 points, four rebounds, and three assists. Roy Hibbert has nine points on 4-9 shooting. Paul George has seven, but has struggled shooting at just 2-7. Donald Sloan has seven off the bench.