ORLANDO — T.J. Warren did it again. For the third straight game, he went over the 30 mark for the Pacers in a 120-109 win over Orlando.
Indiana took an early 10-0 lead and never looked back against the Magic Tuesday. Warren scored 21 of his 32 points in the first half and the Pacers were on top by 19 heading into the third quarter.
Indiana, playing without top rebounder Domantas Sabonis, was beaten on the glass 43-32. But the Pacers made up for it by shooting 54%.
Six Indiana players were in double figures. Victor Oladipo, playing for the second time since the season resumed, had 13 points.
Indiana is now 42-26 and takes a three game winning streak against Phoenix Thursday. The Magic fall to 32-36.