Hibbert had 18 points and 14 rebounds to lead Indiana to a 108-73 win over the woeful Bobcats on Sunday.
"We came out ready to play and stuck with our game plan the whole game, for 48 minutes," West said. "We knew that they were capable, so when we jumped on them, we wanted to stay on them."
That's exactly what Indiana did.
The Pacers went on a 21-2 run to start the game and extended the lead to 53-33 at halftime. Charlotte's 73 points were the fewest allowed by Indiana since an 86-73 win over the Los Angeles Clippers on Nov. 25, 2010.
"I wish we could win them all like that," Pacers coach Frank Vogel said. "Our passing was great on the offensive end. David West and Roy Hibbert were really sharp at both ends."
Turnovers and a lack of rebounding by Charlotte gave the Pacers an opportunity to put the game away in the first half. By halftime, they had a 32-18 rebounding advantage, and the Bobcats had committed 10 turnovers.
The Pacers tied a season best of 30 points scored off 19 total turnovers.
West had 10 points in the second and the Pacers went on a 12-0 run midway through the quarter. Indiana extended the lead to as many as 41 in the third.
The Bobcats have yet to put together consecutive wins this season. They snapped a season-worst 16-game skid with a 98-91 victory over Toronto on Friday.
The Bobcats shot just 18.2 percent and trailed 24-12 after the first quarter. They had five turnovers in the first and at one point had more fouls and turnovers than points.
"We got shots, but we didn't make them early on and they did," coach Paul Silas said. "They were tough. We just have to take this upon ourselves to play tougher."
Granger scored seven points and West hit a jumper to extend Indiana's lead to 16-2 midway through the first period.
Reggie Williams scored the first Bobcats points at the 10:04 mark in the first but then they didn't score for more than 7 minutes, until Williams had a dunk.
Walker hit a jumper and Byron Mullens and Brown scored at the free throw line to get Charlotte back within nine.
A.J. Price hit a 3-pointer at the end of the quarter for Indiana to make it 24-12.
"I think the beginning of the game set the whole tone for what happened," Charlotte's Boris Diaw said. "Especially missing so many shots, and things just got too out of hand to come out and be more competitive."
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