Following their last victory over the Hawks, the Pacers made significant strides in improving their defensive unit's effectiveness.

Tyrese Haliburton, a skilled point guard, made efficient use of his limited shot attempts, converting three out of four for seven points

 Aaron Nesmith, a forward, scored 12 points by making 6 out of 8 shots. Jalen Smith and Bruce Brown each scored 11 point

Myles Turner scored 10 points, showcasing the team's ability to distribute the ball among themselves.

The Pacers played extremely well, restricting Atlanta to a 19-for-50 shooting % with only 5 3-pointers

In the third quarter, the squad established a commanding advantage of 78-54, which ultimately led to a victory that was lopsided.

The Pacers set a new franchise record with 50 assists for the game, with all but one player recording at least one assist.

Myles Turner exploited the Hawks' vulnerability in the central area, executing 3-pointers and mid-to-long-range 2-pointers