By Scott Agness

The Pacers had 27 games to play in the regular season, entering Tuesday’s meeting with the Los Angeles Lakers at Bankers Life Fieldhouse. Beginning a stretch of four games against losing teams, including three that are at the cellar of their respective divisions, it’s an ideal time for the Pacers to get back to playing at an elite level and also work in their newest addition, Evan Turner.

After going 3-3 in the their previous six games, the Pacers (43-13) began a win streak, capturing their second win in a row by defeating the injury-depleted Lakers (19-38), who’ve lost six of seven and 13 of their past 16 games, 118-98 before the 18th sellout crowd of the season.


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