INDIANAPOLIS, Jan. 5 (UPI) -- Roy Hibbert
made big contributions at both ends of the court Saturday and the Indiana Pacers downed Central Division rival Milwaukee 95-80.
Hibbert scored 20 points, grabbed 15 rebounds and blocked five shots for the division-leading Pacers, who ran their home record to 12-3.
George Hill (14 points, eight rebounds, four assists), Lance Stephenson and David West (10 points each) also helped spark Indiana.
The Bucks, meanwhile, fell for the fourth straight time and dropped three games behind the Pacers in the standings.
Monta Ellis provided 21 points and Brandon Jennings contributed 12 and five assists for Milwaukee.
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