(INDIANAPOLIS) - The Indiana Pacers fought hard Wednesday night, but ultimately fell 90-87 to the San Antonio Spurs.
Tony Parker scored 28 points for the Spurs, and Tim Duncan provided 26 rebounds.
Danny Granger scored 23 points, Roy Hibbert had 14 points seven rebounds and six blocks for the Blue and Gold.
The Spurs were able to win despite shooting just 35 percent for the game, and Duncan's 11 offensive rebounds allowed the Spurs to shoot 16 more shots than the Pacers.
The Pacers took the lead in the fourth quarter and the lead seesawed until the final minutes.
Richard Jefferson hit a 3-pointer then Manu Ginobli converted a 3-point play to give San Antonio a six point lead late in the game.
The Pacers fall to 18-35 and open up a five game road trip against New Orleans on Friday night.
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