T.J. McConnell’s triple-triple helps Indiana Pacers get back in the game after putting an end to four-match losing streak after defeating Cleveland Cavaliers by 114-111 on Wednesday. McConnell came off the bench to score 16 points, 13 assists, and a career-high 10 steals and Malcolm Brogdon scored 29 points while 18 points were added by Domantas Sabonis. Collin Sexton ended the night at 32 points, 10 assists, and 4 rebounds
Jarrett Allen’s double-double for the Cavaliers did not help much with 17 points and 11 rebounds. Pacers are now 16-18 in the record while Cavaliers remain 14-22 so far. In other NBA matches Philadelphia 76ers defeated Utah Jazz 131-123, Toronto Raptors were beaten by Detroit Pistons 105-129 while Brooklyn Nets defeated Houston Rockets 132-114, Orlando Magic were beaten by Atlanta Hawks 112-115, Charlotte Hornets beat Minnesota Timberwolves 135-102, Chicago Bulls defeated New Orleans Pelicans 128-124, Dallas Mavericks beat Oklahoma City Thunder 87-78.