(TORONTO, ON) - The Indiana Pacers are on the road again tonight as they face the Toronto Raptors north of the border.
The Pacers improved to 7-3 with their 96-84 victory over the Atlanta Hawks on Wednesday night in Indianapolis.
Danny Granger appeared to come out of a season-long shooting slump as he drained nine of his 16 field goal attempts to finish with a game-high 24 points against the Hawks.
The Pacers are 3-3 on the road this season with one of those road wins coming at Toronto on December 28th.
Granger led the way for Indiana in the 90-85 win with 21 points.
Toronto's one-two punch of DeMar DeRozan and Andrea Bargnani led the Raptors in the first game against the Pacers.
Derozan scored a game-high 22 points with Bargnani adding 21.
The Raptors are 4-7 and enter tonight's contest on a two-game skid.
Toronto is coming off a 98-91 setback to the Sacramento Kings Wednesday night at the Air Canada Centre.
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