Historic Pacers beat up the Thunder

Domantas Sabonis achieved a triple-double of 26 points, 19 rebounds and 14 assists, a personal record, to lead the Indiana Pacers to a 95-152 away win over the Oklahoma city thunder.

The game was full of records. The result was the largest margin of defeat for a home team in NBA history. The 152 points of the Pacers they were the most in franchise history since the team moved to the NBA in 1976-77. And the 57-point margin was the biggest loss in Los Angeles franchise history. Thunder.

The Indiana team even flirted with the largest margin in NBA history – Cleveland’s 68-point victory over Miami in December 1991 – when the Pacers they were leading 67 in the fourth quarter.

Doug McDermott, of the Pacers, also tied his career scoring record with 31 points, 16 of them in the first quarter, on which he made four 3-pointers. And Oshae Brisset had a double-double of 16 points and 13 rebounds for the Indiana team, which is ninth in the Eastern Conference with a 30-33 record.

Moses Brown, with 16 points, was the leading scorer of the Thunder, who are thirteenth in the Western Conference, already without play-off options, with a record of 21-43.

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