Indiana Pacers: Player grades from bounce back win over the New Orleans Pelicans

Indiana Pacers, Domantas Sabonis - Credit: Trevor Ruszkowski-USA TODAY Sports
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Indiana Pacers, Myles Turner
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Player grades for the Indiana Pacers starters against the Pelicans

Myles Turner: A-

After scoring a combined 13 points in the last three games, Myles Turner turned in a modest, yet efficient night on offense for the Pacers, finishing with a near double-double to the tune of 11 points and nine rebounds. He was once again solid on the defensive end, recording a couple of blocks, and finishing the contest a game-high +32.

Malcolm Brogdon: A

Brogdon attempted a season-low eight shots from the field, but managed to sink a season-high four three-pointers. He also managed to protect the ball better, committing just one turnover against four assists.

Caris LeVert: B-

LeVert finished the game with a season-low five points, hitting just two out of seven field goal attempts in 16 minutes, but still impacted the game with three dimes while playing good defense, though his offense is clearly a work in progress still.

Justin Holiday: A

Every time Justin Holiday drains four threes, the Pacers are likely in a good position to win. He did just that, as Indiana easily prevailed to claim their seventh win of the season.