NBA: Pacers end Lakers' 14 game away winning streak
Pacers topple Lakers 105-102 in absence of Anthony Davis, who was sat out due to sprained right ankle
The Indiana Pacers halted Los Angeles Lakers' 14-game away winning streak on Tuesday night in the NBA, beating the championship contender 105-102.
Pacers' Domantas Sabonis had a "double-double" with 26 points and 10 rebounds.
For the Lakers, LeBron James produced 22 points, 9 rebounds and 9 assists in the absence of Anthony Davis, who was sat out due to a sprained right ankle.
The Pacers improved to 19 wins and 9 losses in the season, while Lakers dropped to 24 wins and 4 losses.
In another match of the day, the New Orleans Pelicans suffered their 13th straight loss, a franchise-worst losing streak after losing against Brooklyn Nets 108-101.
Brooklyn Nets' Spencer Dinwiddie scored 31 points while Joe Harris produced 24 points for their 15th win in the season.
New Orleans Pelicans' Brandon Ingram could not prevent the loss with his 22 points.
The Pelicans are now 14th in the Western Conference, they have 6 wins and 22 losses.
The Nets are the 7th spot in the Eastern Conference with 15 wins and 12 losses.
Here are Tuesday’s results in the NBA:
*Charlotte Hornets - Sacramento Kings: 110-102
*Indiana Pacers - Los Angeles Lakers: 105-102
*New York Knicks - Atlanta Hawks: 143-120
*New Orleans Pelicans - Brooklyn Nets: 101-108
*Utah Jazz - Orlando Magic: 109-102
*Los Angeles Clippers - Phoenix Suns: 120-99