Tyrese Haliburton’s 30-point performance propelled the Indiana Pacers (46-34) to a commanding 140-123 win over the Toronto Raptors (25-54) on Tuesday night.

Haliburton’s offensive explosion, coupled with Pascal Siakam’s impactful return to Toronto with 16 points and nine rebounds, powered the Pacers to their third straight victory, solidifying their hold on sixth place in the Eastern Conference standings.

Indiana’s bench provided significant support as Obi Toppin contributed 23 points, while T.J. McConnell added 17. Myles Turner had 16 points.

Despite a valiant effort from RJ Barrett (23 points) and Kelly Olynyk (22 points), the Raptors couldn’t withstand the Pacers’ relentless attack, halting their two-game winning streak.

Toronto faced significant absences, including Immanuel Quickley, Scottie Barnes, Jakob Poeltl, Chris Boucher, DJ Carton, and Grady Dick.

The Pacers are set to face the Cleveland Cavaliers and Atlanta Hawks in the remaining two regular season games.