The Indiana Pacers shut down the Brooklyn Nets in the second half, outscoring them 60-38 to turn a three point lead to a 25-point victory. The Pacers once again shot over 50% from the field, while also holding the Nets under 40% shooting. Indiana used a 9-0 run halfway through the third quarter to open the game up, grabbing their first double figure lead of the night. The Pacers closed the third and opened the fourth shooting 10-13 from the floor to go up 93-71.
Brooklyn made a final push to cut the lead to 14, but a four point response from the Pacers helped put the game away for Indiana to win their third game in four tries. Rodney Stuckey led the Pacers with 20 points, filling up the stat sheet with eight assists, six rebounds, and four steals. David West scored 15 in the second half as part of his 17. C.J. Watson also put in 17 hitting three three pointers.