Pacers Snap Four Game Losing Streak Ahead of All-Star Break

CLEVELAND, OH -- The Indiana Pacers came to Cleveland hungry for a win, after dropping their previous four, while the Cavaliers had won four in a row and were looking to head into the All-Star Break sizzling hot. The Cavaliers led by as much as 19 points before the pesky Pacers came storming back. Indiana stepped up on the defensive end of the floor as they mounted an impressive comeback. The Pacers took a late lead and closed out the Cavaliers to secure a 114-111 win.

T.J. McConnell notched a triple-double with steals, forcing 10 turnovers while scoring 16 points and dropping 13 assists. Malcom Brogdon led the way in scoring for the Pacers, netting a total of 29 points on 12-15 shooting.

Cleveland winger Dean Wade continued his hot streak from beyond the arc, knocking down 5-8 three balls on his way to a career high 17 points. Collin Sexton continues his streak of 22 points or more, lighting up Indiana for 32 points.

The Cavaliers fall to a 14-22 record, and will head to the All-Star Break. Cleveland will kick off the second half of the season on Friday, March 12th. Check out highlights from tonight's game below!

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