Indiana's Jonathan Bender and Reggie Miller are among the players featured in Tuesday's photo gallery.
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Bench Picks Up the Pacers

Jones
Al Harrington joined the starting lineup because Ron Artest was serving a one-game suspension, which meant the Indiana bench was ... depleted? Not a chance. Reserves Fred Jones, Jonathan Bender, Austin Croshere and Anthony Johnson scored 31 of the Pacers' 38 fourth-quarter points as Indiana rallied to beat Boston 103-90 Tuesday.
Indiana breaks the game open: Play

See Webb Fill Up the Stat Sheet
Pay no mind to reports of Chris Webber's decline. C-Webb was one assist shy of a triple-double at halftime of Sacramento's 83-79 win over Dallas in Game 2 of their first-round series. Webber finished with 19 points, 13 rebounds and 12 assists, and his impressive line was the highlight of a game that saw both teams struggle badly from the floor.

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VIRTUAL GM TOP EFFICIENCY
Kenyon Martin, N.J.
VGM value: 18.3
Tuesday: The All-Star had the night's most efficient performance, a plus-34 in a 99-81 win over New York. Martin notched 22 points (9-16 FG) and 16 boards.

VIRTUAL GM BEST BUY
Marquis Daniels, Dal.
VGM value: 6.6
Tuesday: The Mavs' undrafted rookie scored 16 points and grabbed 11 rebounds in a loss to the Kings.

TIME TO TUNE IN
Wednesday on TNT
Bucks at Pistons, 7 p.m. ET
Nuggets at Wolves, 9:30 ET
Wednesday on NBA TV
Hornets at Heat, 8 p.m. ET

SPEAK IT, MAN
"It's like being in a boat with 20 holes and 10 plugs. You hope it gets you there, but tonight it didn't."
-- Boston coach John Carroll after the Celtics' Game 2 loss.