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Pacers final score: Wolves outgun Pacers 110-101

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Indiana had no answer for Mo Williams, who scored a career high 52 points, snapping a 15-game losing streak for Minnesota. C.J. Miles led Indiana with 22 points.

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The Indiana Pacers fell short in a maddening loss to the Minnesota Timberwolves, spearheaded by a career night for Mo Williams, who hit everything in sight en route to a 52-point night, including six three pointers. Indiana fell behind in the fourth quarter allowing 41 in the final period, slipping back to 10 games under .500.

Two Pacers were ejected, Roy Hibbert and David West, with an extra technical fouls assessed to Frank Vogel and Ian Mahinmi as frustrations mounted for the Pacers. C.J. Miles led Indiana with 22, but poor free throw shooting (18-30) did Indiana no favors in the 110-101 loss.