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Pacers Links: Damjan Rudez is no fan of losing streaks

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The Pacers snapped their latest losing streak with a fourth-quarter rally that ended up giving them a comfortable win on the road.

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The Pacers are still 2-10 in road games decided by three points or less thanks furious fourth-quarter rally in Orlando on Sunday night that turned a nine-point deficit into a six-point win.

Damjan Rudez and George Hill made the plays that made needing to win a one-possession game moot as the 106-99 W ended a savage seven-game losing streak and boosted the spirits of the Pacers as they head home for a couple of weeks.

Rudez kept rolling after the game, as Candace Buckner reported, Damo's take on the losing streak and the importance of the win over the Magic didn't mince words.

"Every losing streak is different, but what they all have in common (is) that they suck," Rudez said. "They come really hard for us, especially this organization that's used to winning and a positive culture. Dealing with losses, is of course, hard for all of us who are trying on a daily basis."

Yep, that covers it - nothing bu net.

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Post-Game Grades: Pacers Beat Magic 106-99

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