The Pacers would pull away in the second quarter and lead by 15 at halftime. Brett Brown's squad would cut the deficit a little in the 3rd but Indiana sealed the game when holding Philly to only 10 points in the final period.
The 76ers shot an awful 35% from the floor and 65% from the foul line. Both starting guard, Isaiah Canaan and Jason Richardson, went 1-5 from the charity stripe. The Sixers threw up 24 shots from beyond the three point line, but only knocked down 5. The Pacers did not shoot much better (41% FG and 17% from 3PT) but turned the ball over less (16-12).
Hibbert had a dominant game on the glass, securing 15 rebounds while scoring 14 points and recording 5 blocks. George Hill led Indiana with 17 points and grabbed 9 boards.
The Sixers only had 10 assists, Ish Smith had 5 of those off the bench.
The 76ers (13-46) will play the Raptors in Philly on Monday.