(TORONTO) - The Indiana Pacers were in action last night on the road against the Toronto Raptors.
Indiana once again got off to a fast start, but finished sluggishly as they fell 110-101.
Troy Murphy and Jamaal Tinsley led Indiana with 20 points apiece. Jermaine O'Neal chipped in with 14 points, while Mike Dunleavy finished with 13.
As for the Raptors, they were led by All-Star forward Chris Bosh who scored a game-high 22 points.
With the loss, the Pacers have now dropped six straight after starting the year at 3-0.
Defense continues to be a problem for Indiana as they have given up at least 100 points in seven of their first nine games.
The Pacers return to action this evening as they welcome the Utah Jazz to Conseco Fieldhouse.
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