A team meeting didn’t straighten things out for the Cavaliers. The Pacers went into Cleveland and came away with a 124-107 victory at Quicken Loans Arena. Indiana outscored the Cavs by 16 in the second half to pull away. All five Pacers starters were in double-figures, led by Thadeus Young’s 26 points. Darren Collison added 25 and Victor Oladipo put up 23. Cleveland shot 50-percent from the field, but only 7-of-31 from three. LeBron James went for 33 points, 11 assists and six boards in the loss. The Cavs have dropped four straight to fall to 3-and-5. Indiana is 5-and-3.
Next up for the Pacers, a trip to the City of Brotherly Love as they take on the Philadelphia 76ers. Tip off is at 7pm.