Pacers beat Hawks 150 again for sixth straight win

INDIA Friday night, the Pacers defeated the Hawks 150-116 to win their sixth consecutive at Gain bridge Fieldhouse. 

INDIA The Pacers won their sixth straight game on Friday night, defeating the Hawks 150-116, with Tyrese Haliburton breaking a club record with eighteen assists.

The Pacers are tied for fourth in the Eastern Conference with the Miami Heat at 20-14. The Hawks fell to 14 - 20 and are 10th in the East.

Guard Bruce Brown returned Wednesday night. He claimed to have had a right knee bone bruise all season, which didn't heal until it was too painful to play.

More impressive versus the Hawks. After five games off, he scored 15 points on 5/7 shooting in Wednesday's win against the Bucks.

Indiana, the NBA's top scorer, scored 150 points against the Hawks again this year. The Hawks set a conference record by defeating Indiana 157-152 on November 21.

"I feel like we have one of the best pick-and-roll duos in the league, something we can keep growing on," Haliburton said.

Turner said, "This group has a different energy." "We've created an environment here that makes it easy to have a night like this." The Hawks were clearly unhappy.