INDIANAPOLIS, Dec. 6 (UPI) -- Brandon Rush
connected on six 3-pointers en route to 26 points off the bench Monday in the Indiana Pacers' 124-100 win over Toronto.
Danny Granger contributed 21 points, nine rebounds and five assists and Darren Collison contributed 17 points in Indiana's win, which halted a two-game losing skid.
Up by one point in the first quarter, the Pacers embarked on a 21-5 run, capped by James Posey's layup off a T.J. Ford feed with 38 seconds left in the frame, for a 31-15 advantage.
Indiana went on to outscore Toronto 37-26 in the second quarter to post a 68-44 halftime advantage.
Roy Hibbert added 13 points grabbed six rebounds and distributed six assists for the victors, who canned 13 three-pointers.
The Raptors got 21 points from Jose Calderon as well as 15 points and nine rebounds from Andrea Bargnani.
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