George struggles as Pacers fall 106-92 in San Antonio

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SAN ANTONIO (AP) — Kawhi Leonard had 24 points and the San Antonio Spurs surged past theIndiana Pacers for a 106-92 victory Monday night to remain undefeated at home.

San Antonio (24-5) is off to the second best start in franchise history, including 16-0 at home. The Spurs have 21 wins by double figures.

Tony Parker had 15 points, including nine in the final quarter, for San Antonio, which has won 6 straight. Boris Diaw added 14 points and LaMarcus Aldridgeand Patty Mills had 10 each.

David West had seven points and five rebounds in his first game against the Pacers since leaving in the offseason to sign with the Spurs.

George Hill and Jordan Hill each had 15 points for Indiana.

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