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Pacers aiming to dismantle the Sacramento Kings again tonight

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Indiana Pacers travel to Sacramento Kings tonight 10pm EST as they look to dominate the last place team in the NBA for a second week running. 

The Pacers battered the Kings last week 116-92, and Sacramento also lost their last game to the Houston Rockets heavily by 119-98.

Things could get ugly again tonight, but Paul George and the Pacers have shown their weaknesses on defense, after they conceded 124 points in their defeat Wednesday against the Phoenix Suns. 

While the Pacers (33-8) have conceded a league low of 89.2 points this season, the loss to the Suns certainly acted as a wake-up call for their hopes of winning home court advantage in the Eastern Conference. 

The Pacers had won their five previous games by a point differential of 20.2 points, but their guard George Hill says there is no need to panic. 

"We spoil you guys with great defense," Hill told NBA.com. "So when you do have a bad game you think the world is going to end."

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