The Indiana Pacers never led against the Toronto Raptors, barely looking competitive for large stretches in the game as they dropped their second straight game in frustrating fashion. The Pacers were crushed not only on the scoreboard, but on the boards (50-36) and three point makes (12-2). Indiana did a poor job capitalizing or getting stops, allowing 33 free throw attempts.
George Hill led the Pacers with 23 points. Rodney Stuckey scored 20 and Roy Hibbert had 17, but as a whole, the efforts outside of Hill's play were frustrating at best despite double figure nights from C.J. Miles (12) and Solomon Hill (11). Indiana will head on the road for two games against Chicago and Cleveland, making things difficult as Indiana could be out of the playoffs by the end of the night.