At least the Indiana Pacers can beat the bad teams. After getting thumped by the Heat, the Pacers returned home to Bankers Life Fieldhouse and put together an easy 107-91 victory.
This win, the Pacers' 40th of the season, was one of those where the starters were killing the opponents but the bench was killing the team — at least in the first half. Roy Hibbert had his best game of the season by far with 27 and 12 on 10-15 shooting to go with 4 blocks in 34 minutes.
Paul George had 17, David West 13, George Hill 16 and Orlando Johnson 12.
Great win, but it won't mean all that much if they can't hold fort against the incoming Lakers next game.