The Pacers made a statement with their big win over the Bucks and now have chance to draw more attention to their strong start with a nationally televised game on Friday.
The Pacers sharp shooter has struggled to make shots on his new home court, but found the range against the Bucks.
Indiana never trailed against Milwaukee, completing their fifth straight win in Victor Oladipo’s return. Thaddeus Young led the way with 25 points while Myles Turner scored 23.
After Victor Oladipo talked about the respect his Pacers’ team earned this season, BreakingT captured the moment perfectly.
Victor Oladipo is available for the Pacers and they will need all the help they can get against the Bucks.
A look at some of the stuff the Pacers may have to suss out with their All-Star back in the lineup.
The Pacers could use Oladipo when the Bucks visit the Fieldhouse on Wednesday.
Indiana held on for dear life after giving up a 25-point third quarter lead against Washington. Myles Turner led the way 26 points, 12 rebounds, and five blocks. Bojan Bogdanovic had 22.
The Pacers look to maintain their winning ways when the Wizards make their first visit to the Fieldhouse on Monday night.
With the schedule strengthening this week, the Pacers could use their All-Star back on the court.
9-6 with Oladipo and 7-4 without, why the Pacers have actually been better without him.
Indiana used a 16-2 run in the fourth to top Sacramento, winning their third straight. Thaddeus Young led seven double figure scorers with 20 points.