Lakers vs. Pacers: A Battle of Powerhouses with a Five-Game Streak on the Line

Lakers Face Off Against Pacers, Aiming for 6th Consecutive Victory

The Los Angeles Lakers (41-32, ninth in the Western Conference) will face off against the Indiana Pacers (41-33, sixth in the Eastern Conference) on Friday at 7 p.m. EDT. The Lakers are currently on a five-game win streak and hope to continue their streak with a victory over the Pacers.

The Pacers have been performing well at home, boasting an impressive 21-15 record and the NBA’s top-scoring offense, which averages 122.9 points per game while shooting an impressive 50.5% from the field. However, on the road, the Pacers have struggled with a 14-20 record and are only 8-20 when playing away from Bankers Life Fieldhouse.

On the other hand, the Lakers have been struggling on the road, with a 14-20 record and a 6-8 record in games decided by 10 points or more. Despite this, their defense has been strong, allowing opponents to shoot only 47.3% from the field – a full three percentage points lower than Indiana’s shooting percentage of 50.5%. Additionally, while both teams have struggled to hit threes recently (the Pacers allowed an average of one too many made threes for them), it is worth noting that Davis led his team in scoring last time they met with an impressive performance of 36 points.

This will be their second meeting this season after their last game ended in a close finish with scores of 150-145 on March 25th; Anthony Davis led Lakers while Pascal Siakam led Pacers with their respective scores of 36 and 36 respectively. Key players to watch out for include Tyrese Haliburton for Indiana who averages around

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