The Pacers won their second straight, putting together a second half comeback against the Milwaukee Bucks, holding on despite a three and half minute fourth quarter stretch where neither team could move the scoreboard. Indiana led after the first quarter, but a 32-point second quarter for the Bucks put them in control until Indiana broke through early in the fourth quarter with a pair of C.J. Miles three pointers leading Indiana to the win.
Miles led the Pacers with 22 points with six three pointers in a battle of bench scoring, getting 14 points from Luis Scola. Roy Hibbert led the starters with 18 points and seven rebounds with Rodney Stuckey (11) and Donald Sloan (10) each reaching double figures. Indiana struggled in the first half with points off turnovers, allowing 13, but locked in in the second half, allowing just two..