Final Score: Indiana Pacers 106, Los Angeles Clippers 92
The Indiana Pacers (32-7) continue to prove that they're next to unbeatable at the Bankers Life Fieldhouse with yet another dominating performance on their home floor, this time snapping the three-game winning streak of the Los Angeles Clippers (28-14) on Saturday night.
This victory clinches a winning record at home for a 25th-straight season, which is the fourth-longest streak in league history.
Paul George led all scorers with 36 points and six rebounds on a stellar 12-of-17 from the field. It was his 11th game this season where he's hit at least four three-pointers, finishing 5-of-6 from behind the arc.
His 360 reverse windmill slam dunk late in the fourth quarter nearly tore the roof off the building. We'll be talking about that jam for a long, long time. It will undoubtedly be remembered as one of the greatest in-game dunks in NBA history.
Lance Stephenson flirted with a triple-double (22 points, 12 rebounds and seven assists), while Danny Granger came off the bench to score 12 points and and grab four rebounds.
David West was ejected at the end of the second quarter for throwing an elbow at Clippers forward Blake Griffin as the two became entangled under the basket fighting for the basketball on a dead play.
Jamal Crawford led Los Angeles with 22 points for the second unit, while Griffin had 19 points and eight rebounds despite shooting just 6-of-18 on the night.
Speaking of poor shooting, the Clippers as a whole couldn't get the ball to drop against Indiana, hitting just 39.8 percent.
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