Cavalier Vs. Pacers: Cleveland Leads 56-38 At Halftime

Having lost four straight games, the Indiana Pacers are quickly falling off the pace behind the Chicago Bulls in the NBA's Central Division. Halfway through Wednesday night's game in Cleveland the Pacers are having an eerie repeat of last night's game against the Heat.

Kyrie Irving has scored 12 points already for the Cavs as they have dominated in the first half to the tune of an 58-38 lead. Cleveland has gotten incredibly balanced scoring with nine different players cracking the scoring column and 16 assists on 22 made field goals in the first half. Semih Erden and Omri Casspi have also scored 11 points and nine points, respectively for Cleveland.

Eastern Conference All-Star Roy Hibbert has 10 points to lead the Pacers, who have shot barely better than 30 % so far. Darren Collison has also scored eight points.

For more on the Cleveland Cavaliers, go to Fear The Sword. You can also head over to SB Nation's main NBA hub at SBNation.com/NBA.

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