After beating the Pelicans earlier this week in their first exhibition game, the Indiana Pacers kept the good feeling going as they defeated the Chicago Bulls, 115-108 in their first pre-season road-game.
For the Pacers, the name of the game was high level scoring, as they six players reached double figures in scoring, including Rodney Stuckey, who led by 20 points and Glenn Robinson III, who had 17 points.
Beyond a couple defensive hick-ups, which was not surprising considering they had to deal with the talented backcourt of Rajon Rondo (14 points) and Dwayne Wade (10 points). The Pacers also struggled turnovers, as they turned it over, 20 times.
Nevertheless, the Pacers will have an opportunity to improve on that as they host to the Bulls on Saturday night.