That's a whole lot of points!
The Indiana Pacers filled it up against the Oklahoma City Thunder, cruising to a 152-95 blowout win on the road - the largest regular-season road win in NBA history.
Despite playing without Malcolm Brogdon, Myles Turner, and Jeremy Lamb, the Pacers piled on the points behind Doug McDermott's career-high 31 and Caris LeVert's 25, while Domantas Sabonis stuffed the stat sheet with his seventh tripe-double of the season.
With the win, the Pacers improve to 30-33 on the season, sitting in the ninth seed, 1.5 games up on the Washington Wizards who hold the final Play-In seed.
Let's take a look at some of the mind-boggling numbers behind their historic win.
57: Margin of victory
The 57-point margin of victory is the second-largest win in Pacers franchise history and the biggest deficit in a road win in NBA history.
The previous record for a road team was held by the Boston Celtics, who beat the Chicago Bulls by 56 points in 2018 (133-77).
67: A monster lead
With 4:12 remaining in the fourth quarter, Oshae Brissett put the score at 149-82 to give the Pacers a 67-point lead - the biggest lead in an NBA game in 25 years.
They led 82-46 at halftime, which marked the second-biggest halftime lead in franchise history and their highest-scoring first half of the season, shooting 70 percent from the field.
Even Sabonis couldn't believe it.
"No, especially on the professional level," he said. "But we were just out there having fun. We didn't even realize the score most of the time. We were just running our plays, trying to be aggressive and good things were happening."
152: Franchise record for points
The Pacers' 152 points is the most in a game in franchise history, eclipsing their previous franchise best of 150 points, which came in Denver in 1982
They shot a season-high 65.5 percent (57-of-87) from the field, 63.6 percent (21-of-33) from the 3-point line and 77.3 percent (17-of-22) at the charity stripe, with their 21 made 3s also a franchise record. They hit 20 3-pointers on three previous occasions this season.
The Pacers just fell short of recording their best field-goal percentage in franchise history (66.7 in a win at Minnesota, Oct. 24, 2017).
The Thunder lost to the Pacers 152-95. OKC's 57-point margin of defeat is the worst home loss in NBA history.- ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) May 2, 2021
Meanwhile, the Pacers are the 1st team to score 150 points and give up less than 100 since 1993, when the Kings beat the 76ers, 154-98. pic.twitter.com/mGndRJjBp3
They also became the first team to ever score 150 points and concede less than 100 since 1993 when the Sacramento Kings beat the Philadelphia 76ers 154-98, per ESPN Stats & Info.
7: Sabonis triple-doubles for the season
After missing the Pacers' previous six games with a sore lower back, Domantas Sabonis returned in style, stuffing the stat sheet with his seventh triple-double of the season and 11th of his career.
Sabonis finished with 26 points on 10-of-13 shooting, 19 rebounds and a career-high 14 assists in just three quarters, notching a triple-double by halftime.
He joins Russell Westbrook (twice) and Nikola Jokic as just the third player to record a halftime triple-double in the play-by-play era (1997-98) and is the only player to have a 20-point triple-double at halftime.
"We just kept playing," Sabonis said. "Guys were getting open, I was trying to find them and the rest - they made the shots."
D😤MAS pic.twitter.com/zI7Iop1Seu- Indiana Pacers (@Pacers) May 2, 2021
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