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Collison catapults into Indy lore
Darren Collison scored 30 points, hit all 12 of his free-throw attempts and handed out eight assists with only one turnover in the Pacers' win on Wednesday. Per the Elias Sports Bureau, Collison is the first player in franchise history to score 30 points, shoot 12-for-12 or better from the line and dish at least eight assists with no more than one turnover. The last NBA player with a game like that was the Thunder's Russell Westbrook on Dec. 19, 2014 against the Lakers (31 points, 13-for-13 free throws, 10 assists, one turnover).
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The Robert Covington renegotiation now has 8 teams left with cap space: Chicago ($15.1M), Dallas ($12.5M), Phoenix ($8.9M), Indiana ($6.1M), Sacramento ($4.3M), Brooklyn ($3.4M), Atlanta ($589K) and Orlando ($549K).
Darren Collison scored a season-high 30 points, Victor Oladipo had 21 and the Indiana Pacers built an early lead before holding off a late rally to beat the Memphis Grizzlies 116-113 on Wednesday night.
Even though the team plays better with Domantas Sabonis on the floor, Pacers coach Nate McMillan has no plans to move him into the starting lineup.
James Harden had 26 points and 15 assists and the Houston Rockets beat the Indiana Pacers 118-95 on Sunday night.
Pacers put end to Windy City woes
The Pacers' 105-87 triumph over the Bulls at the United Center on Friday ended a five-game losing streak in Chicago. Per the Elias Sports Bureau, the team's 18-point margin of victory tied its third largest in Chicago (among 90 games played there). The only margins of victory as large were an 18-point win in February 1985 at Chicago Stadium, a 25-point win in October 2001 at the United Center and a 19-point win in February 2004 at the United Center.
Victor Oladipo scored 25 points, and the Indiana Pacers snapped a four-game losing streak with a 105-87 victory over the Chicago Bulls on Friday night.
Former NBA guard T.J. Ford has agreed to play in the 2018 season of the Big3 league. Ford retired at 28 in 2012 after a number of spinal-injury scares.
Tobias Harris scored 23 points and the first-place Detroit Pistons won for the sixth time in seven games, beating the Indiana Pacers 114-97 on Wednesday night.
Points Per Game108.58th
Rebounds Per Game42.321st
Assists Per Game23.47th