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News » Dunleavy's FTs send Pacers past Wizards

Dunleavy's FTs send Pacers past Wizards

Dunleavy's FTs send Pacers past Wizards

Troy Murphy scored a season-high 28 points, and Dunleavy had 24 for the Pacers, who have won two straight after a six-game losing streak. They are also 2-1 since scoring leader Danny Granger was sidelined for at least four weeks with a foot injury.

"That was one for the ages," Indiana coach Jim O'Brien said. "That was a great win for us to be able to get that, to be able to scratch out everything that we tried to do at the end - from Tyler missing the foul shot and getting our hands on it. It really worked. I'm proud of our guys."


Antawn Jamison scored 31 points, and Caron Butler added 23 for the Wizards. Butler hurt his left ankle when he stepped on Dunleavy's foot in the fourth quarter but stayed in the game. ... The Pacers broke a six-game road losing streak, winning away from home for the first time since Nov. 17. ... Saunders shook up his lineup again, starting DeShawn Stevenson in place of Nick Young at shooting guard. It was Stevenson's second start of the season and the 10th different starting five used by Saunders - and it's only 21 games into this season. "Right now we're still in the juggling phase," the coach said. ... Washington G Mike Miller, sidelined since Nov. 21 with a calf injury, is close to returning and will travel on the West Coast trip. ... Pacers C Roy Hibbert still gets nervous when he returns to the Verizon Center, where he played for four years with Georgetown. "Whenever you come back and play you get a little jittery because this is your hometown," he said before the game. "I'm from the area. I played here. Hopefully I don't make any mistakes and I stay focused. It got the best of me last year. I didn't really play to my potential." He didn't Saturday night, either. Hibbert shot 1 for 9 from the field and scored only four points.

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