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Pacers Win Fifth Straight In Los Angeles
Updated April 2, 2018 6:19 AM
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(LOS ANGELES, CA) - Victor Oladipo and Myles Turner combined 54 points as the Indiana Pacers knocked off the Los Angles Clippers 111-104 to win their fifth straight game and keep pace with both the 76ers and Cavaliers in their playoff-seeding race.

Oladipo put together a ridiculous stat line with 12 assists, five steals, four rebounds and a block while Bojan Bogdanovich added 15 points.

Indiana held off the feisty Clippers, who shot over 51 percent from the field and were led by Tobias Harris' 21 points and seven assists.

"We're just showing growth," Pacers coach Nate McMillan said. " Gave up the ball, trusted his teammates and those guys did a great job knocking down shots and moving the ball, which is playing the game the right way."

The Pacers remain locked into the fifth-seed as both the Sixers and Cavs are on win streaks of their own. Indiana remains a half game behind Philly for the fourth-seed and a game behind Cleveland for the fourth.

The Blue and Gold wrap up their four-game road trip on Tuesday when they visit the Denver Nuggets.

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