has reported that the Indiana Pacers has defeated the Milwaukee Bucks with the score 104-86. Lance Stephenson and Myles Turner led the Indiana Pacers to last night's win. Gary Payton Ii played an amazing all-around game last night but it still was not enough for the Bucks to get the victory. Giannis Antetokounmpo, Jabari Parker, Mathew Dellavedova, and Thon Maker did not suit up in last nights game.

Lance Stephenson looks to lead rebuilding Pacers

Lance Stephenson has had his ups and downs in the NBA but no one can deny how dedicated Stephenson is in his craft.

With the Indiana Pacers looking to rebuild after the departure of Paul George, Stephenson now becomes one of the main core for the Pacers this season. Last night against the Milwaukee Bucks, Stephenson played a very solid game contributing 17 points, six rebounds, six assists, and two steals. He shot 50 percent from the field making seven of his 14 shot attempts and he also made three of his six three-pointers.

Myles Turner plays solid game

Turner played a huge role in last night's win against the Milwaukee Bucks. With Al Jefferson only playing 10 minutes he had to step up big. Turner contributed 17 points, nine rebounds, one steal, and three blocks. He also shot the ball pretty well making six of his 15 field goal attempts.

Myles Turner will have to ready himself for a much bigger role next season for the Indiana Pacers.

Gary Payton II not disappointing his father

Gary Payton II has big shoes to fill with him being the son of NBA Hall of Famer Gary Payton. But despite the pressure, Payton is slowly becoming a solid role player in the NBA. Payton, last night against the Indiana Pacers played a very solid game by contributing 15 points, seven rebounds, five assists, one steal, and one block.

He shot 50 percent from the field making four of his eight shots and making all of his six free throw attempts. If Payton can continue to play consistently he will surely get some playing time next season for the Milwaukee Bucks.

Rashad Vaughn has another solid game

Rashad Vaughn once again had a solid game last night against the Indiana Pacers.

He contributed 14 points, one rebound, one steal, and one block. He shot 50 percent from the field making six of his 12 field goal attempts despite only shooting one of four from beyond the arc. Giannis, Parker, and Dellavedova did not play tonight which led to the reserve units playing more minutes than usual. With the east being much weaker next season the Bucks will have a good chance at going deep in the playoffs next season.