Wednesday night's hoops action included Paul George and the Oklahoma City Thunder taking on the team he was traded from. The Indiana Pacers visited OKC, with one of the former Thunder players stepping up big for the visitors. Despite Victor Oladipo's outburst on scoring, Russell Westbrook, Carmelo Anthony, and Steven Adams also had big stat lines to propel the Thunder to victory. Here's a look at the Pacers vs. Thunder recap with top performers, game stats, a standings update, and what's next on the schedule for each team.

IND vs. OKC recap

Oklahoma City dominated tonight's game from the start as they outscored Indiana 30-27 in the first quarter and 24-21 in the second.

They continued that trend with a 32-26 third and a 28-22 fourth to finish out the game with a 114-96 win.

Both Carmelo Anthony and Russell Westbrook scored 28 points apiece in tonight's win by the Oklahoma City Thunder. Melo shot 9-for-17 overall and also collected 10 rebounds to achieve a double-double. Westbrook had a 10-for-18 shooting performance and had 16 assists along with 10 rebounds for a triple-double. Big man Steven Adams also had a double-double with 17 points and 11 boards. Meanwhile, Paul George had a quieter night than usual with just 10 points on 4-for-8 shooting against his former team.

For the Indiana Pacers, former Thunder guard Victor Oladipo showed up for his team tonight.

He shot 11-for-18 from the field with a 5-for-8 rate from downtown and finished with a team-high 35 points. Darren Collison added 18 points while Thaddeus Young went 5-for-12 and had 14 points. Domantas Sabots finished with 11 rebounds to go with his four points scored.

The Thunder hit shots at a rate of 48.3 percent tonight and 37 percent from three-point range while the visitors shot just 33.7 percent overall and 34.5 percent from downtown.

In terms of rebounding, OKC won the battle of the boards 49-41. The Thunder had 20 turnovers compared to 19 for Indiana but still had the game on cruise control from the start.

Standings & what's up next

The Indiana Pacers were overachieving early on in the season but have fallen to 2-3 overall and 1-2 on the road. The Pacers return home for a game on Sunday when they host the undefeated San Antonio Spurs at 4:30 p.m.

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For the Oklahoma City Thunder, tonight's win evens their overall record at 2-2. They're 2-1 on their home court of Chesapeake Energy Arena. The Thunder pay a visit to the Minnesota Timberwolves on Friday night with game time set to begin at 8 p.m. Eastern Time.