6 p.m. at Indiana •FSN Plus, 830-AM
Preview: The 37-36 Pacers ended a two-game losing streak by beating Philadelphia 107-94 on Sunday. They haven’t won consecutive games since a seven-game winning streak ended after a Feb. 6 victory over Oklahoma City. The Pacers started that seven-game winning streak with a 109-103 victory over the Wolves on Jan. 26 at Target Center.
Players to watch: Paul George, Myles Turner and Jeff Teague have a chance to become the first three Indiana players since Jermaine O’Neal, Jalen Rose and Reggie Miller (2001-02) to average 15 or more points a game. George is averaging 22.6, Teague 15.3 and Turner 14.7. ... Turner is third in the league in blocked shots with 2.1 a game and has blocked at least four shots 15 times this season. Indiana is 12-3 in those games.
Injuries: Wolves G Zach LaVine (knee surgery) and F Nemanja Bjelica (foot surgery) are out for the season. The two Pacers with Wolves’ connections – veteran center Al Jefferson (sprained ankle) and third-year forward Glenn Robinson (sore calf) – are both listed as out. Veteran G Rodney Stuckey (sore knee) is questionable.