NBA: Indiana 125, Milwaukee 104

March 24, 2012 at 11:56 PM

MILWAUKEE, March 24 (UPI) -- George Hill sank a trio of long-range shots on his way to 24 points Saturday, powering the Indiana Pacers' 125-104 spanking of Milwaukee.

Roy Hibbert was effective at both ends of the court for Indiana, netting 16 points and grabbing nine rebounds as the Pacers stayed hot with a third win in four games.

David West and Danny Granger each scored 15 points for Indiana as both teams wrapped up stretches during which they played three contests in three nights.

The Bucks' best was 22 points and eight boards from Ersan Ilyasova.

Also reaching double figures for Milwaukee were Carlos Delfino (13 points), Brandon Jennings (12) and Monta Ellis (11).

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