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Victor Oladipo's 'not kidding' knee damage dominates Pacers' success over Raptors.


INDIANAPOLIS – A standard season diversion in January is only that – one amusement. For the mind of the Indiana Pacers, their last gathering with the Toronto Raptors was so a lot greater.


The majority of that took a rearward sitting arrangement with 4:05 left in the principal half, when Victor Oladipo's troublesome right knee seemed to give out as he hustled down court to stop a progress bin in Wednesday's 110-106 triumph at a serious Bankers Life Fieldhouse.

The Pacers called the damage "genuine" and said Oladipo would get a MRI on Thursday.

It was the Pacers' first win in three matchups with the Raptors, who won the season arrangement 2-1 and didn't have Kawhi Leonard (rest) or O.G. Anonuby (individual reasons).

Thad Young (23, season-high 15 bounce back, three helps, two takes, two squares) declined to give his group a chance to lose as he changed over a three-point play in the last 4 minutes, snatched a bounce back in rush hour gridlock and depleted a floater with 10.8 seconds left for an important lead.

"We simply endeavored to stick to stick together is one of the greatest things," said Young, who scored 12 of his focuses in the final quarter. "We generally need to stick together through various challenges. We know with Vic going down it was unquestionably going to be intense however we need to continue battling for him."


Darren Collison (17 points, eight helps, no turnovers) supported the exertion alongside Bojan Bogdanovic (16 points), Myles Turner (13, 10 bounce back, four squares), Domantas Sabonis (12 points, six bounce back) and Tyreke Evans (11, four helps).

Box score: Pacers 110, Raptors 106

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Oladipo folded to the floor, unfit to move and jumping gravely as coach Josh Corbeil raced to toss a towel over the damage.

Oladipo had demanded he wasn't playing harmed after he seemed to make a stride back since coming back from a 11-amusement nonappearance with a sore right knee. He tied a season-high 36 in the primary round of 2019 yet hadn't appeared to be identical since.

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McMillan discusses Oladipo's 'not kidding' knee damage


MATT KRYGER, INDYSTAR

INDIANAPOLIS – A standard season amusement in January is only that – one diversion. For the mind of the Indiana Pacers, their last gathering with the Toronto Raptors was so a lot greater.

The majority of that took a rearward sitting arrangement with 4:05 left in the primary half, when Victor Oladipo's troublesome right knee seemed to give out as he hustled down court to stop a change bushel in Wednesday's 110-106 triumph at a dismal Bankers Life Fieldhouse.

The Pacers called the damage "genuine" and said Oladipo would get a MRI on Thursday.

Indiana Pacers protect Darren Collison (2) and Myles Turner (33) can't look as their partner Victor Oladipo after he ran down with knee damage in the primary portion of their diversion at Bankers Life Fieldhouse Saturday, Jan. 23, 2019.

Indiana Pacers monitor Darren Collison (2) and Myles Turner (33) can't look as their colleague Victor Oladipo after he ran down with knee damage in the primary portion of their amusement at Bankers Life Fieldhouse Saturday, Jan. 23, 2019.

MATT KRYGER/INDYSTAR

It was the Pacers' first win in three matchups with the Raptors, who won the season arrangement 2-1 and didn't have Kawhi Leonard (rest) or O.G. Anonuby (individual reasons).

Thad Young (23 points, season-high 15 bounce back, three helps, two takes, two squares) declined to give his group a chance to lose as he changed over a three-point play in the last 4 minutes, snatched a bounce back in rush hour gridlock and depleted a floater with 10.8 seconds left for an important lead.

"We simply endeavored to stick to stick together is one of the greatest things," said Young, who scored 12 of his focuses in the final quarter. "We generally need to stick together through various challenges. We know with Vic going down it was certainly going to be intense yet we need to continue battling for him."

Darren Collison (17, eight helps, no turnovers) supported the exertion alongside Bojan Bogdanovic (16), Myles Turner (13, 10 bounce back, four squares), Domantas Sabonis (12, six bounce back) and Tyreke Evans (11, four helps).

Box score: Pacers 110, Raptors 106

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Oladipo folded to the floor, unfit to move and recoiling severely as coach Josh Corbeil raced to toss a towel over the damage.

Oladipo had demanded he wasn't playing harmed after he seemed to make a stride back since coming back from a 11-amusement nonattendance with a sore right knee. He tied a season-high 36 points in the primary round of 2019 yet hadn't appeared to be identical since.

In a success over the Phoenix Suns a week ago amid a break in the activity, Oladipo could be seen trying what seemed, by all accounts, to be his correct knee. Thereafter, he said there was no issue. Mentor Nate McMillan, as well, said he didn't know about an issue.

What occurred Wednesday affirmed something likely wasn't right, regardless of whether Oladipo knew it or not.

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All things considered, colleagues were stunned to see him in misery on the court. To an individual, they thought Oladipo was OK, as well, even as he battled with his bounce shot to begin 2019.

"He comes in with an uplifting frame of mind and doesn't whine," Sabonis said. "He's the first at work on doing each bore. We never knew."

The Pacers (32-15) had lost to Toronto without Leonard on Jan. 3. Kyle Lowry and Serge Ibaka didn't play Dec. 19, when the Raptors defeated a 17-point shortfall.

"I think it was fine," Turner said of Oladipo's knee paving the way to Wednesday. "He's played each day by and by. He didn't look that awful to me at all. He missed two or three shots all over, yet I don't think it needed to do anything with his knee."

After the latest misfortune to Toronto, the Pacers were smothered by the Boston Celtics. They likewise had a conclusive home misfortune to the Philadelphia 76ers.

The Pacers have been among the main four groups in the East all season, however they haven't constantly played like they have a place in the discussion .Even in winning Wednesday, the loss of Oladipo is probably going to counterbalance those increases until demonstrated something else.

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Victor Oladipo's 'not kidding' knee damage eclipses Pacers' success over Raptors

J. MICHAEL | INDIANAPOLIS STAR | 44 minutes back

STORY HIGHLIGHTS

Pacers at Grizzlies, 8 p.m. Saturday, Fox Sports Indiana

McMillan discusses Oladipo's 'not kidding' knee damage

MATT KRYGER, INDYSTAR

INDIANAPOLIS – A normal season diversion in January is only that – one amusement. For the mind of the Indiana Pacers, their last gathering with the Toronto Raptors was so a lot greater.

The majority of that took a secondary lounge with 4:05 left in the principal half, when Victor Oladipo's troublesome right knee seemed to give out as he hustled down court to stop a change crate in Wednesday's 110-106 triumph at a dismal Bankers Life Fieldhouse.

The Pacers called the damage "genuine" and said Oladipo would get a MRI on Thursday.

Indiana Pacers protect Darren Collison (2) and Myles Turner (33) can't look as their colleague Victor Oladipo after he ran down with knee damage in the principal half of their amusement at Bankers Life Fieldhouse Saturday, Jan. 23, 2019.

Indiana Pacers monitor Darren Collison (2) and Myles Turner (33) can't look as their partner Victor Oladipo after he ran down with knee damage in the primary portion of their diversion at Bankers Life Fieldhouse Saturday, Jan. 23, 2019.

MATT KRYGER/INDYSTAR

It was the Pacers' first win in three matchups with the Raptors, who won the season arrangement 2-1 and didn't have Kawhi Leonard (rest) or O.G. Anonuby (individual reasons).

Thad Young (23 points, season-high 15 bounce back, three helps, two takes, two squares) declined to give his group a chance to lose as he changed over a three-point play in the last 4 minutes, got a bounce back in rush hour gridlock and depleted a floater with 10.8 seconds left for an important lead.

"We simply attempted to stick to stick together is one of the greatest things," said Young, who scored 12 of his focuses in the final quarter. "We generally need to stick together through various challenges. We know with Vic going down it was certainly going to be extreme yet we need to continue battling for him."

Darren Collison (17, eight helps, no turnovers) supported the exertion alongside Bojan Bogdanovic (16 points), Myles Turner (13 points, 10 bounce back, four squares), Domantas Sabonis (12, six bounce back) and Tyreke Evans (11, four helps).

Box score: Pacers 110, Raptors 106

More: Oladipo taken from court in the wake of enduring 'genuine' damage

More: LeBron James, Reggie Miller respond to Oladipo's damage

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Oladipo folded to the floor, unfit to move and jumping severely as mentor Josh Corbeil hurried to toss a towel over the damage.

Oladipo had demanded he wasn't playing harmed after he seemed to make a stride back since coming back from a 11-diversion nonattendance with a sore right knee. He tied a season-high 36 points in the main session of 2019 however hadn't appeared to be identical since.

In a success over the Phoenix Suns a week ago amid a break in the activity, Oladipo could be seen trying what seemed, by all accounts, to be his correct knee. A short time later, he said there was no

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