T.J. Warren scored 32 points, tying Jermaine O'Neal's franchise record for most in a three-game span, to send the Indiana Pacers past the Orlando Magic 120-109 on Tuesday for their third consecutive victory.
2020 ScheduleAll times ET
- 1/22L 120-114
- 1/24L 109-98
- 1/26L 112-97
- 1/27L 113-92
- 2/1L 102-89
- 2/3W 112-100
- 2/5L 116-100
- 2/6L 105-103
- 2/8L 111-95
- 2/10W 135-126
- 2/12W 116-112
- 2/21L 122-106
- 2/24W 115-113
- 2/26W 130-120
- 2/28W 136-125
- 2/29L 114-113
- 3/2L 130-107
- 3/4L 116-113
- 3/6W 132-118
- 3/8W 126-106
- 3/10W 120-115
- 7/31W 128-118
- 8/2W 132-116
- 8/4L 120-109
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