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article imageNBA Scores: Pacers pull away from Bulls, stay unbeaten

By Larry Seely     Nov 6, 2013 in Sports
Indianapolis - Indiana is off to their best start since becoming an NBA franchise as the Pacers improved to 5-0 with a 97-80 victory over Chicago at home on Wednesday night.
The Pacers struggled in the pre-season, especially on the offensive side of the court, but they have played much better basketball since the regular season began.
Davis West had a double-double with 17 points and 13 rebounds, but he wasn't the only star of the game as four other player scored in double figures, including Paul George who scored a game high 21 points.
Indiana dominated on the glass, grabbing 52 total rebounds, twelve more than the Bulls, who once again struggled to score points. The win keeps the Pacers as the only team left in the NBA without a loss and Chicago dropped to 1-3 on the season and have yet to win a game on the road.
The game was tight entering the fourth period, but the Pacers outscored Chicago 34-18 and did so with terrific play on both ends of the court.
Derrick Rose and Luol Deng both scored 17 points in the loss, but the team managed to make just 26 of 73 shots from the floor and despite having their All-Star point guard back in the lineup after missing all of last year, this squad is struggling to score points and that has already led to rumors of possible deals before the trade deadline if they don't get things together.
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