The Indiana Pacers came through without Roy Hibbert, pulling out an impressive 111-100 road win against the Dallas Mavericks. The Pacers won every quarter in tonight's game, making 13 three pointers on the night and shooting over 50% for most of the night (though wrapping up at 48.1%). The Pacers trounced the Mavericks in fast break points 17-4, helping give them a rare advantage in that category.
Donald Sloan was there for the Pacers early and often, scoring 13 points in the first quarter, hitting his first six shots, en route to a 29 point night on 10-14 shooting with three threes and five assists. The Pacers had seven double figure scorers, allowing them to open up offensively for a season high in points. Luis Scola picked up his third double double of the season with 14 points and 11 rebounds.