All-Star point guard Tyrese Haliburton led the Indiana Pacers (32-25) to a decisive 129-115 win against the Detroit Pistons (8-47) on Thursday night.

Haliburton’s double-double performance, with 25 points and 13 assists, underscored his pivotal role in guiding the Pacers to victory.

With Haliburton setting the tone, the Pacers seized control early in the game, establishing a commanding lead that proved insurmountable for the struggling Pistons.

Joining Haliburton in the Pacers’ offensive display was Pascal Siakam, who contributed 20 points to the team’s scoring effort.

T.J. McConnell (16 points), Myles Turner (13 points, 11 rebounds), and Bennedict Mathurin (15 points) also made significant contributions.

Despite a spirited effort from the Pistons, led by standout performances from Cade Cunningham (30 points, eight assists) and Jalen Duren (15 points, 13 rebounds), they were unable to overcome the Pacers’ dominant play.