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Indiana can take a deep sigh of relief after defeating Memphis 82-81 Monday afternoon.
George Hill was the one who scored the game-winning point, driving to the hole to draw a foul with one second remaining in an 81-81 game. Hill made the back end of a two-shot set give the Pacers the lead. Rudy Gay then banked in a shot well after the buzzer in Memphis' last gasp.
Outside of blocks and three-point shooting, the box score was very even. However, Indiana had 11 blocks, including five from David West. Memphis only had two blocks.
From the three-point line, Indiana shot 8-for-17 while Memphis mustered a 4-for-10 performance.
The game's last point came on a free throw, which is ironic, because there were only 18 combined free throws attempted in the game.
Indiana's next game is at Portland on Wednesday night.