Cavaliers Vs. Pacers Score Update: Cleveland, Indiana Tied At 46 After Two Quarters

Looking to pick up a second consecutive victory, the Cleveland Cavaliers are battling a tough Indiana Pacers squad after two quarters on Wednesday night, and took a 46-46 tie game into the break.

Forward Antawn Jamison has poured in 12 points on 5-of-10 shooting for the Cavs, who are hitting 53.8% of their field goal attempts as a team. Despite ten turnovers, Cleveland has five separate players who have each dished out at least two assists, and it's clear that ball movement has been key in the opening half.

Indiana star forwards David West and Danny Granger each have set the bar for the Pacers in the scoring column with 10 points apiece, and are a combined 6-for-6 from the free-throw line. Big man Roy Hibbert has also swatted away three Cleveland shot attempts, in addition to dishing out an uncharacteristically-high four assists.

For more Cavs coverage, check out Fear The Sword. For more on the Pacers, head over to Indy Cornrows. And for more on the NBA, go to SB Nation's NBA hub.

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