The Indiana Pacers outscored the San Antonio Spurs by 30 points across the middle quarters as part of a ___ victory. It was Indiana's first win in San Antonio in nearly 12 years, and it came thanks to a dominating second quarter where the Pacers flipped a double digit deficit into a four-point halftime lead. They didn't let up in the third quarter, pushing their lead to 26 in the fourth quarter. The Spurs managed to draw the game to within 10 late by using an 18-2 run, but the Pacers had time on their side to close out the win.
Seven Pacers reached double figures, including all five starters, and led by Paul George who had 28 points, alongside four rebounds and six assists. David West followed up with 20 points and eight boards, while Roy Hibbert had a 12 & 10 double double. George Hill was big early in the third quarter as part of his 12 with Lance Stephenson pitching in with 15. Luis Scola also had a double double of 12 points and 10 rebounds. C.J. Watson had 11 points. Kawhi Leonard led the Spurs with 18.