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NBA India Games 2019

NBA India Games 2019: Sacramento Kings vs. Indiana Pacers live updates, highlights, stats and more

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Jeremy Lamb, Bogdan Bogdanovic [NBA Getty Images]

The Indiana Pacers swept the Sacramento Kings 2-0 at the 2019 NBA India Games!

This contest was quite different from the first game, as the Pacers used a 46-point second quarter to take a commanding lead and they never let up. Their bench did the majority of the damage, scoring 91 of the team's 130 points. The Kings offence couldn't replicate their performance from the first contest, failing to cut into Indiana's lead at any point in the second half.

If you missed any of the action from the second day of this historic event, we had you covered below with live updates, highlights, stats and more!

Sacramento Kings vs. Indiana Pacers

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Final: Indiana Pacers 130, Sacramento Kings 106

The Pacers come away victorious for the second day in a row! The story of the game was Indiana's second unit, scoring 91 of the team's 130 points. Alize Johnson led the team with 17 points with Aaron Holiday (16 points), JaKarr Sampson (15 points) and Justin Holiday (14 points) all chipping into the bench's big game, too. Of their typical stars, Myles Turner was a monster protecting the rim with five blocks to go with 12 points and three rebounds.

For the Kings, Buddy Hield had another well-rounded game with 17 points, five rebounds and five assists in 28 minutes of playing time. Marvin Bagley finished with 15 points and six rebounds and De'Aaron Fox went for 10 points and six assists.

The Holiday brothers and Alize Johnson are filling it up off the bench for Indiana in the fourth. Justin Holiday has 14 points, Aaron Holiday has 11 points and Johnson has contributed 15 points and seven rebounds. For the Kings, Yogi Ferrell is up to nine points to go with three assists. Indiana leads 119-97 with 3:37 to play.

The Pacers remain in the lead 105-87 with 7:55 left in the game. Both teams have emptied their benches as the second units have taken over this game.

End of third quarter: Pacers 96, Kings 79

The Pacers lead by 17 heading into the final frame, but don't count them out yet - the Kings blew a 17-point lead versus Indiana just yesterday. Buddy Hield's 17 points leads Sacramento with Marvin Bagley's 15 points and six rebounds playing a key role as well. The Pacers have five different players in double figures with their bench scoring - they're outscoring the Kings' bench 57-28 - being the major difference-maker.

The Pacers have built their largest lead of the game at 92-72 with under three minutes remaining in the quarter. JaKarr Sampson is up to 15 points while Myles Turner has joined him in double figures with 12 points - the defensive-minded centre also has five blocks on the contest. Buddy Hield is doing all he can to keep the Kings in this one with 17 points, five assists and four rebounds.

Halftime: Pacers 71, Kings 59

A 46-point second quarter for the Pacers gives them a commanding lead heading into halftime. They're being led by a bench tandem of JaKarr Sampson and Edmund Sumner, who are both filling up the box score thus far. Sampson has a team-high 12 points to go with three rebounds while Sumner has 10 points and four assists, all coming in the second quarter.

De'Aaron Fox has started to heat up for the Kings with 10 points, five assists, two rebounds and two steals. Sacramento struggled to shoot in the second frame, going 6-for-18 (33.3%) from the field.

Indiana remains in the lead 55-44 with 4:15 to play in the half. After going 1-for-7 from 3-point land in the first quarter, they've shot a blistering 6-for-10 from long range in the second quarter. Justin Holiday has knocked down both of his 3-point attempts, Alize Johnson is 2-for-3 from beyond the arc while Aaron Holiday and Doug McDermott have one 3-ball each. For the Kings, it has still been the Marvin Bagley show, as he's up to 14 points for the game.

The Pacers have made another push! They have started the second quarter on an 21-5 run - similar to their 17-5 third quarter run yesterday - to take a 46-35 lead early with 7:20 remaining in the half.

End of first quarter: Kings 30, Pacers 25

The Kings lead by five after one quarter. They're moving the ball extremely well with 10 assists on 10 made field goals - De'Aaron Fox and Buddy Hield lead the team with three assists apiece. Indiana is struggling to get shots to fall out of the gate, shooting 10-for-25 (40.0%) from the field and 1-for-7 (14.3%) from beyond the arc.

Marvin Bagley has stayed hot with a game-high 10 points to give the Kings a 21-19 lead with 3:06 left in the quarter. Jeremy Lamb is starting to make his impact on the game for the Pacers with five points and four rebounds.

After the first stoppage in play the Kings lead the Pacers 9-8. Marvin Bagley has five points and two rebounds for Sacramento while TJ Warren has picked up right where he left off yesterday for Indiana with six quick points.

Pregame

The starting lineups are exactly the same as yesterday! The Kings will start De'Aaron Fox, Buddy Hield, Harrison Barnes, Marvin Bagley and Dwayne Dedmon.

The Pacers will start Malcolm Brogdon, Jeremy Lamb, TJ Warren, Domantas Sabonis and Myles Turner.

Domantas Sabonis (and his headband) are back in action for Game 2!

The Sacramento Kings are back and looking for revenge in Game 2 of the NBA India Games!

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