Pacers Vs. Wizards Final Score: Washington Lags Behind In Second Half, Goes Down 109-96

The Washington Wizards trailed the Indiana Pacers by just one-point at halftime, as the Wiz looked as if they were going to battle and keep the game close. Unfortunately for the Wiz however, they let the game get out of hand right after the half and the Pacers were able to pull away. Danny Granger did a lot of damage in the first half, and he finished up the game leading the Pacers in scoring with 20 points. Darren Collison finished up the game with a double-double, putting down 17 points and picking up 11 assists.

Jordan Crawford's scoring slowed down in the second half, but he did finish up still leading the Wiz in scoring with 28 points on the night. Kevin Seraphin finished up with 19 points and 10 rebounds while John Wall rebounded in the second half with 13 points.

We'll have plenty more on this game throughout the day here on SB Nation D.C., so keep it locked to this StoryStream for all the latest news and updates. For more on this game and all things Wizards basketball please head over to Bullets Forever. For a view from the other bench, please check out Indy Cornrows, SB Nation's Indiana Pacers blog. For more on this and every NBA game, check out the SB Nation NBA basketball hub page.

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