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Last updated on Tuesday, January 26, 2010
(PHILADELPHIA, PA) - Danny Granger scored 26 points to lead the Indiana Pacers to a 109-98 win over the Philadelphia Seventy-Sixers in Philly.
Dahntay Jones added 18 points off the bench with eleven of those coming in the fourth quarter.
Brandon Rush scored 16 points and Troy Murphy had a double-double with eleven points and twelve rebounds as the Pacers improve to 16-29 on the season.
Philadelphia built an eleven-point lead in the second quarter before settling for a 59-56 advantage at halftime.
The Seventy-Sixers struggled in the third quarter, hitting just five of 24 shots from the field as the Pacers took an 80-76 lead to the fourth quarter.
Andre Iguodala led Philadelphia with 22 points with Allen Iverson adding 20 as the Sixers slip to 15-29.
With the win, Indiana earns a split of the home and home series after the Sixers beat the Blue and Gold 107-97 Saturday night at Conseco Fieldhouse.
The Pacers are back home on Wednesday night when they play host to Kobe Bryant and the NBA Champion Los Angeles Lakers.
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