Pacers vs Kings full game – January 18, 2017

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2016- 2017 Regular Season, Indiana Pacers vs Sacramento Kings replay full games – January eighteen, 2017.

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Indiana Pacers 106, Sacramento Kings 100

George helps Pacers rally past Kings 106-100 win, SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Tightly clutching the game ball in the locker room, Indiana Pacers coach Nate McMillan was all smiles for a variety of reasons.

Paul George scored 24 points, Jeff Teague had 22 points, 11 assists and seven rebounds, and the Pacers used a big second half to beat the Sacramento Kings 106-100 on Wednesday for McMillan’s 500th career victory.

The veteran coach is 29th on the wins list for NBA coaches. Only three other active coaches — Gregg Popovich, Doc Rivers and Rick Carlisle — have 500 or more victories.

Indiana’s impressive rally on the road made it one sweet night for the 52-year-old McMillan, who is in his first season with the Pacers. McMillan’s team trailed by as many as 22 points in the first half, and then outscored Sacramento 65-40 in the final two quarters to win for the seventh time in eight games.

“When I started coaching, I started as an assistant coach, I never really thought about being a head coach,” McMillan said. “To be a part of this league this long and to win 500 games I the NBA is a blessing.”

George presented McMillan with the game ball in the locker room after helping the Pacers outscore the Kings 35-21 in the fourth.

“We came out flat again on the road, we had a bad approach in the first half,” George said. “But we hung in there and played as a group after that and kept chipping away at the lead. We don’t like being in that position. We need to start games on the road with more focus.”

DeMarcus Cousins had 25 points, 12 rebounds and 10 assists for Sacramento, which lost Rudy Gay to a suspected torn left Achilles tendon in the third quarter. It was Cousins’ fifth career triple-double.