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Four Indiana Pacers scored 20 PTS or more in the team’s 118-108 win over the Brooklyn Nets. Domantas Sabonis led the way with 29 PTS and 8 REB, Malcolm Brogdon had a near triple-double (21 PTS, 13 AST, 8 REB), while Jeremy Lamb (25 PTS, 7 REB) and T.J. Warren (20 PTS) each set their season-high in scoring. Kyrie Irving led the Nets with 28 PTS.
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Eight Pacers score in double figures led by Alize Johnson’s 17 PTS with 8 REB. Aaron Holiday contributed 16 PTS, 3 REB and 3 AST, while Myles Turner added 12 PTS and 5 BLK. Buddy Hield led the Sacramento Kings with 17 PTS, 5 REB and 5 AST, and Marvin Bagley III scored 15 PTS with 6 REB.
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The Jazz improved to 2-1 on the 2015-16 NBA season with a dominant road win in Indiana.


The Pacers are in town to face the Jazz Saturday night!


With Bojan Bogdanovic signing with the Utah Jazz, Brian Windhorst says they could be a “potential Western Conference champion.” Amin Elhassan breaks down the Xs and Os of why the signing makes them dangerous.

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Rudy Gobert hauls in the rebound and goes up strong for the monster dunk over the defender.

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The Indiana Pacers raced ahead of the Utah Jazz from the start of the game. With three pointer after three pointer they built a lead that the Jazz couldn’t overcome.

Victor Oladipo was huge for the Pacers scoring 28 points and continues to prove a fantastic pickup for the Pacers.

Donovan Mitchell was the bright spot for the Jazz putting up 23 points. Ekpe Udoh continues to be impressive sporting a plus minus of +15 in a 15-point loss.


The Utah Jazz came into the game against the Indiana Pacers ready to win and it showed. From start to finish, the offense flowed nicely and the defense was stout.

Anchored by Rudy Gobert the Jazz held the Pacers to just 84 points on 38% shooting. So much of that is the presence of Gobzilla, the destroyer of dreams and offenses.

And as good as Rudy was on offense, Joe Ingles was nearly as good on both ends. With 11 points, 10 assists and a team leading +22, Joe Ingles was mammoth in helping the Jazz get their 4th straight win.

Donovan Mitchell had another 20 point game which, at this point, the Jazz should probably just expect every game at this point. The consistency from Donovan, as a rookie, is insane.