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The Indiana Pacers scored a franchise record 152 PTS as they defeated the Oklahoma City Thunder, 152-95. Domantas Sabonis recorded 26 PTS (10-13 FG), 19 REB and 14 AST in 30 minutes of play for the Pacers, his 7th triple-double of the season and the 11th of his career. Doug McDermott added 31 PTS (11-14 FG, 6-8 3pt FG) for the Pacers in the victory, while Moses Brown tallied 16 PTS and 7 REB for the Thunder in the losing effort. The Pacers improve to 30-33 on the season, while the Thunder fall to 21-43.

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31 comments on “PACERS at THUNDER | FULL GAME HIGHLIGHTS | May 1, 2021

  1. I would get it if you got wiped 50 points by the Lakers, but how does that even happen with the god damn Pacers?!

  2. Up 58 at the end of three… News Break – NBA just decided to follow Little League rules and implement the Slaughter Rule…

  3. Pacers were found guilty of second-degree unintentional murder, third-degree murder and second-degree manslaughter. The only difference was their knee was on the Thunder's neck for a full 48 minutes.

  4. Who the hell is Gabriel Deck and why did we even sign a 26-year old guy with no NBA experience?

  5. If the Pacers win like this one more time, I will not hesitate to make another rant video on this and make my voice be heard.

  6. THis is why you dont sit out Dort. Without Dort and Shai this team is a dumpster fire to the max. This team is pathetic. So much for Brown being this great player dude is a younger steven adams at best. Hopefully we get someone who isnt a fucking project this year, sick of having to wait 3 year for bazley,Diallo, fergy and now poku to develop needs to stop WE NEED TALENT NOW not projects. Look at Philly they never draft a project they knew simmons, embiid were studs. only bum they took was Okafor.

  7. What makes this so surreal is that the Pacers were doing this mostly out of nowhere, even if it's against a bad/rebuilding team, and every announcer period is like preternaturally calm about it. Record high points for the franchise in any game ever, 60+ point lead, closing in on the all time record for winning margin by anyone before it 'shrinks' back to a mere 57? "Yeah, that's some good hustle there … …"

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