We broke down some of the more intriguing numbers from LAL’s 104-92 loss against Indiana:
Rebounds for Indiana, who held a plus-13 advantage on the glass (63-50) and a plus-10 edge on the offensive boards (17-7). Seven different players grabbed at least six boards, including a season-high 14 coming from Lance Stephenson. The Pacers also had 20 second-chance points compared to just 12 for the Lakers.
Straight games in which Kendall Marshall has made at least one three-pointer. Marshall now qualifies among the league leaders and ranks first in three-point field goal percentage (47.3). He also registered his eighth double-double with 11 points and 13 dimes.
Percentage of field goals made for the Lakers in the second half, after shooting 48.9 percent in the first two quarters. Tied 49 apiece at halftime, Indiana held L.A. to a combined 15 of 49 field goals in the third and fourth quarters. As such, the Pacers – a team that ranked first in scoring margin in the second half (+7.7) coming into the game – outscored the Lakers 55-43 after intermission.
Points for Jodie Meeks, the third time in the last four games he’s reached at least 20. Meeks also drained another two triples on the evening, bringing his total to 103 on the year (11th in the NBA). In the last five games, the Kentucky product is shooting 54.8 percent from the three-point line (17 for 31).
Consecutive double-doubles for Pau Gasol, as he finished with 21 points and 13 rebounds. Gasol did not start the second half (groin), but still played through it as he also scored 20-plus points for the ninth straight contest.