INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana took control in the second quarter and went on to a 119-105 victory over Sacramento, Friday at Bankers Life Fieldhouse.
The Pacers improved their record to 20-9 and won their fifth straight game, equaling a season high.
Indiana led by 11 at the half and 13 going into the final period. In the fourth, the Pacers would lead by as many as 23.
Seven Indiana players were in double figures, led by T.J. Warren's 23 points. The Pacers shot 52% for the game.
The next two games will a major test for Indiana. They travel to Milwaukee for a Sunday game against the Bucks, who lead the Eastern Conference. The Pacers then host Toronto on Monday.