Indiana Pacers set franchsie record for made three pointers while Bennedict Mathurin shines in Brooklyn

The Indiana Pacers' offensive display on Saturday night won't be easy to forget anytime soon.

The squad surged on their way to a 125-116 victory over the title-hopeful Brooklyn Nets on the road; they scored more than half of their points from beyond the arc, and their exciting youngster put up an outstanding performance.

The blue and gold actually had a very terrible start to the game. After the first six minutes and 12 seconds of the game, they only had six points, and it took them ten minutes to achieve the 20-point threshold.

The Pacers' game in Brooklyn was destined to be a forgettable one.

In the second quarter, everything started to shift. Indiana was in need of a basket with nine minutes left before halftime and a ten-point deficit, and Buddy Hield provided it by draining a three-pointer from the right wing.

The Pacers were unstoppable after that. They made eight three-pointers in the period and made seven free throws for an unbelievable rate of 37 points in less than nine minutes.