Used from the bench, Quebecer Bennedict Mathurin amassed 11 points in a 127-117 win for the Indiana Pacers over the Washington Wizards on Friday night at Capital One Arena.
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This is the fewest points that the sixth overall pick in the last NBA draft has amassed since the start of the season.
The Montreal native also collected two rebounds and as many assists in just over 23 minutes of play. He was the sixth most used player by head coach Rick Carlisle.
Jalen Smith and Buddy Hield led the Pacers with 27 and 25 points respectively. Tyrese Haliburton also stood out providing 12 assists.
For the Wizards, Bradley Morris had 31 points, seven rebounds and four assists.
Mathurin and the Pacers will return to action on Saturday, when they visit the Nets in Brooklyn.