Pacers Lose to 76ers After Nasty Second Half
INDIANAPOLIS--The Indiana Pacers have lost four out of their last six games and Sunday's loss to the Philadelphia 76ers was a disappointment to fans, the team and a frustrated Head Coach Nate McMillan.
"I thought second half we just didn’t execute offensively. Only four assists in that second half, we didn’t have the ball movement and missed a ton of free throws. First half was a good half for us and the second half was a reverse of that," said McMillan.
The Pacers are now 42-25 for the season.
"We got to stay together," said McMillan, in the post-game press conference. "We got to keep working and put together a 48-minute game. Tonight, I thought we got off to a good start. Second half, we just weren’t able to score, didn’t get the ball movement, execution."
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Philadelphia's victory against the Pacers marks the first time the 76ers have had three regular season wins against the Pacers since the 2004-05 season, said Pacers.com.
The Pacers play the New York Knicks Tuesday at Bankers Life Fieldhouse.
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