BROOKLYN—Brothers Justin and Aaron Holiday kept it in the family Monday in Brooklyn.
They combined for 45 points and the Pacers had no trouble with the Nets, winning 115-86 and snapping a two-game losing streak.
Indiana pulled away in the second quarter, outscoring the Nets 41-17 and taking a 59-35 lead into the third quarter.
Brooklyn did not mount a serious challenge in the second half, as the Pacers improved to 8-6.
Aaron Holiday was the points and assists leader for Indiana, with 24 and 13. Brother Justin added 20-points.
T.J. Warren contributed 19-points and Domantas Sabonis had another big night on the boards, with 18-rebounds to go along with 16-points.
Indiana has four-days off before hosting the Magic on Saturday.