The Indiana Pacers came into Friday night’s match up against the Toronto Raptors with an astonishing franchise record of starting the season with five wins and zero losses. Paul George, and the Indiana team, were looking to further that franchise mark by improving to six and zero on the year.
During the first half, Rudy Gay with the Raptors was able to handle Paul George. Nevertheless, following the halftime break George and the Pacers squad came out on rampage which would eventually allow them to become victorious improving to six and zero on the season and improving their franchise record.
Rudy Gay was proficient for the Raptors while he scored thirty points along with three blocked shots. Paul George scored twenty three markers for the Pacers and added to the stat line with eight rebounds and six assists.
The Pacers are looking to continue the perfect record Saturday night when they take on the Brooklyn Nets who lost to the Washington Wizards on Friday night.