INDIANAPOLIS—The Pacers held Oklahoma City to 35% shooting in a 111-85 win at Bankers Life Fieldhouse, Tuesday.
It was Indiana's fourth straight win and its seventh in the last eight games, after the team started the season 0-3.
By the third quarter, the outcome was no longer in doubt, with the Pacers taking an 86-62 lead into the final quarter.
T.J. Warren was the high point man for Indiana with 23. Malcolm Brogdon had 20 and Domantas Sabonis hauled in 16 rebounds to go with his 18 points.
The Pacers are off until Friday when they travel to Houston. Indiana is back home Saturday against Milwaukee.