The Indiana Pacers had everything go against them en route to a season low 32 first half points. The Atlanta Hawks jumped out to a 12-0 lead out of the gate, with Indiana starting 1-13 from the field. They managed to keep the game within reach, but continued inability to hold onto the ball and keep Atlanta off the scoreboard has ballooned the score to a 17-point halftime deficit.
The Pacers shot just 32.5% while the Hawks shot 50%. They sure looked like the team on their fourth game in five nights as Lance Stephenson set out the game with a knee contusion. The Pacers haven't gotten lifted play from anyone as Paul George and C.J. Watson each lead the way for Indiana with seven. Pero Antic leads Atlanta with 12 points, with Mike Scott scoring nine off the bench. Indiana has 11 turnovers, leading to 12 Atlanta points, while the Hawks have only given the ball up four times.