CHARLOTTE — A dominating third quarter and a big night from T.J. Warren were enough to lift the Pacers to a 115-104 win at Charlotte Monday.
The Hornets took a two-point lead into the second half, but Indiana outscored Charlotte in the third 37-21. That was enough to take control of the game.
Warren led Indiana with 36-points.
The win snapped a four-game Pacer losing streak on the road and improved Indiana's record to 23-14, while the Hornets fell to 15-24.
Indiana now returns home, for a Wednesday date with Miami—one of the teams the Pacers are trying to overtake in the crowded Eastern Conference standings.