The Indiana Pacers defeated the New Orleans Pelicans

By Navneet Singh

Myles Turner had a career game as the Indiana Pacers outperformed the New Orleans Pelicans on Monday night, leading to their victory.

It was a close fight throughout the first half. With the exception of 14 seconds, the scoring differential was below ten.

Both sides briefly held the lead as the teams traded punches, but neither one could establish a strong enough rhythm to win the game.

When halftime rolled around, Myles Turner kept the Pacers ahead. At halftime, he had 19 points and 8 rebounds.

Turner was securing good post positioning on the interior, and it was difficult for New Orleans to keep him away from the basket.

Indiana began to dominate the third frame. Turner kept on netting.

Three-pointers began to fall in like rain for Tyrese Haliburton. Jalen Smith started to move. When all of those events coincided, the team's lead increased by as much as 13.

Beginning the final quarter early, the Pacers increased their advantage to 18 points at one point.

Over the course of the quarter, New Orleans gradually reduced the score advantage, but it was far too late.

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