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Last updated on Thursday, December 13, 2012
(Indianapolis, IN) - The Indiana Pacers recovered from a sixteen point deficit to beat the Cleveland Cavaliers, 96-81 at Bankers Life Fieldhouse Wednesday night.
The Pacers held the Cavaliers to 23 points in the second half, the lowest point total the franchise has allowed since the NBA merger in 1976.
The Pacers trailed by 16 with under four minutes to go in the first half, but entered the break trailing by six after closing the half on a 14-4 run.
Paul George had 27 points and seven rebounds and David West had 18 points and nine rebounds for the Pacers.
CJ Miles led all scorers for the Cavaliers with 28 points and Kyrie Irving had nine points after scoring 28 against the Lakers the night before.
Cleveland are 5-18 on the year and host Milwaukee tomorrow night.
The Pacers improved to 11-11 and host the 12-10 Philadelphia 76rs Friday.
Tipoff is at 7:00.
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