The Oklahoma City Thunder are the second-highest scoring team in the NBA and the Indiana Pacers allow the league's second-fewest points per game.
A matchup of contrasting styles will be on display Friday night in Indianapolis, with the Pacers looking to clinch their first Central Division title in nine years with their sixth straight victory.
Oklahoma City (55-20) is averaging 106.0 points, putting it a fraction behind Houston for the NBA's highest scoring average. Indiana (48-27) is allowing an average of 89.9 points to trail Memphis as its defense prepares for Kevin Durant, who scores a league-best 28.3 points per game.
Both teams are battling for playoff positioning.
The Thunder won 100-88 over San Antonio on Thursday to move within a half-game of the Spurs for the Western Conference's best record. They're even in the loss column, and Oklahoma City holds the tiebreaker.
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