Pacers arrest two-game slide an send Pistons to second straight loss
Indiana’s Paul George secures the ball as Detroit’s Aron Baynes reaches in. AP

THE Indiana Pacers ended a two-game skid and sent the Detroit Pistons to a second straight loss, 105-90, on Saturday in Auburn Hills, Michigan (Sunday, Manila time).

Paul George led all scorers with 26 points, going 11 for 21 in 34 minutes of play, as the Pacers notched their 14th win in 28 outings.

Jeff Teague had 29 points, making 6 of 10 field goal attempts, for Indiana, which next takes on Washington.

Thaddeus Young and Glenn Robinson III Had 12 points apiece for the Pacers.

The Pistons absorbed their 15th loss in 29 games.

Kentavious Caldwell-Pope came up with 20 points in 36 minutes of action for Detroit.

Reggie Jackson scored 19, while Tobias Harris was the only other Detroit player to score in double figures with 13.




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