(TORONTO, ON) - Danny Granger scored nine of his team-high 21 points in the fourth quarter to lead the Indiana Pacers to a 90-85 road victory over the Raptors in Toronto.
The blue-and-gold led by as many as 14 points early in the fourth quarter and held off a late Toronto charge.
Granger hit a pair of big three pointers in the final two and-a-half minutes, including one with 1:14 remaining after the Raptors had cut their deficit to two points.
Paul George finished with 18 points, David West added 14 and Roy Hibbert had a double-double with twelve points and ten rebounds as Indiana improves to 2-and-0.
Demar Derozan led Toronto with a game-high 22 points with Andrea Bargnani adding 21 as the Raptors fall to 1-and-1.
The Pacers are back home on Friday night to host the Cleveland Cavaliers.
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