With home court wrapped up and the playoffs scheduled to begin on Saturday (time yet to be determined), the Indiana Pacers opted to rest a handful of players in their regular season finale against the Orlando Magic. Roy Hibbert and George Hill were the only two starters to receive game action tonight, with the two playing through the first half. Neither really made much of an impact on their half of action.

George Hill was 2-5 from the floor, came up with a pair of offensive rebounds, scoring five points. Roy Hibbert continued his woeful shooting, going 1-7 from the field, scoring four points. He did rebound well, coming up with seven boards in his 17 minutes of action. Beyond that, it was much like last Wednesday's game in Milwaukee; a night carried by the second and third units of the Pacers.

The Pacers and Magic swapped leads throughout the first half, the Pacers proving turnover prone with eight first half turnovers that Orlando capitalized on to keep them well within the game despite a healthy rebounding and three point edge from the Pacers. Indiana outscored the Magic by eight in the final five minutes of the half to go up 46-40 at the break.

In the third quarter, the Pacers poured it on with 20 points in the first half of the quarter to jump ahead 66-48. Orlando would make a few pushes, but couldn't break the game into single figures, as the Pacers wrapped up a 101-86 victory to finish the regular season 56-26, tying them for their third best record in NBA franchise history, tying them with the 1999-00 Eastern Conference Champion squad.

The biggest swing for the scoreboard in the second half came with the turnovers. After eight in the first half, the Pacers had just four in the second half. They continued to shoot and rebound well, finishing up 46.6% on nine extra field goal attempts. The Pacers outrebounded Orlando 52-40, including 15 offensive rebounds, holding Orlando to 40.5%, which was pretty impressive given a less than stellar defensive performance at stretches of the game.

Indiana was led by Rasual Butler, who finished up with 19 points on 8-13 shooting, including a pair of impressive dunks. Butler got plenty of help on a night where the Pacers' ball movement was all over the place. Indiana had 26 assists on 41 made buckets, with Evan Turner leading the assist game with six.

Turner had a spot on shooting night, scoring 14 points on 5-6 shooting with eight rebounds and six assists. As one of the few players who saw run tonight that's expected to see the floor against Atlanta, it was nice to see Turner play very well in a winning effort. It'll be a little different facing playoff competition (despite Atlanta's W-L record), but it was the best positive as far as individual performance went in tonight's game.