The Indiana Pacers put forth the effort and came away blowing out the Toronto Raptors in Game 4 of their First Round series. The Pacers scorched the Raptors in the first half with 56% shooting, building a 25-point lead. The Pacers wrapped up a wire-to-wire victory by not allowing the Raptors to climb within single figures in a second half slugfest. As has been the tone of the series, the victory went to the team who brought the fight.
The Pacers hit five of their first seven three point attempts while forcing Toronto into turnovers. Indiana flipped the script from Game 3, outscoring Toronto 25-13 in points off turnovers, holding the Raptors to _% shooting. George Hill and Ian Mahinmi led Indiana with 22 points apiece. Hill shot 9-11 from the floor while Mahinmi picked up a 10 rebound double double. Paul George got help, scoring 19 points.
Game 5 in Toronto will be Tuesday night.