The Indiana Pacers shot their way to their third straight win, hitting a franchise record 19 three pointers against the Washington Wizards. The Pacers started hot and didn't cool off throughout the game, shooting 73.1% from three point range and 55% from the field. The Wizards capitalized early on turnovers to keep them in the game, but their own sloppiness leveled out with Washington edging Indiana 25-23 in points off turnovers.
Paul George and C.J. Miles were the leaders for Indiana tonight, with George posting a 40-point night with eight rebounds and was joined by Miles with 32 points. The two combined for 15 of Indiana's three pointers, shooting 88% from three combined. George Hill and Monta Ellis reached double figures with 14 & 10 respectively as the Pacers improve to 9-5 on the season. Gary Neal led Washington with 23 points with Bradley Beal scoring 20 and John Wall putting in 18.