By Michael Jones

Two hot teams clashed Tuesday in Indianapolis. Roy Hibbert and the Pacers stuck to what they do best on defense to come away with the win.

Roy Hibbert was in top form as the Indiana Pacers (28-6) defeated the Toronto Raptors (16-17) despite a dismal fourth quarter, 86-79, on Tuesday night at Bankers Life Fieldhouse.

The Pacers cooled the hot Raptors literally and figuratively, handing them just their second loss in nine games as snow pounded the area and temperatures in Indianapolis dropped to sub-freezing levels.

Hibbert poured in a team-high 22 points, and added eight rebounds and three blocked shots.

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