One night after a big win over the Knicks, the Nets took a step back in a 133-112 loss to the Pacers on Saturday in Indianapolis. >> Box score
Brooklyn turned the ball over 20 times and struggled to keep up with the Pacers. The Nets couldn't contain Vctor Oladipo, who scored 25 points and grabbed seven boards in the process.
The Pacers piled onto their lead in the final quarter when they outscored Brooklyn by 10 points, putting the game away.
Caris LeVert followed up his huge game on Friday night with another solid performance on Saturday. He tallied 25 points and was eight of nine from the field. He also made two three-pointers.
Joe Harris also helped pace the Nets with 19 points, three assists, and a pair of rebounds.
The steal ✅- Brooklyn Nets (@BrooklynNets) October 21, 2018
The finish ✅ pic.twitter.com/x2yFkSVzpL
The Nets will have three days off before heading to Cleveland to face the Cavaliers on Wednesday at 7 p.m.