INDIANAPOLIS, Nov. 8 (UPI) --
Paul George led Indiana to a big third quarter Friday and the Pacers remained unbeaten with a 91-84 triumph over Toronto.
Indiana reached 6-0 to start a season for the second time in franchise history. The Pacers are the only team left in the NBA without a loss.
The Pacers outscored Toronto 28-13 in the third period thanks to an 8-0 run to start the second half. That gave Indiana a 13-point cushion into the final quarter and the Raptors came no closer than six points down the stretch.
George scored 23 points, grabbed eight rebounds and handed out six assists. Roy Hibbert pitched in 20 points and George Hill, who had missed three games with a hip injury, added 14.
Toronto's Rudy Gay scored 30 points.
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