The Indiana Pacers couldn't make it easy as they tied up their series with the Atlanta Hawks at 2-2 after a heart attack enduing final few minutes. The Pacers fought back from a second quarter deficit to lead into the fourth, but the three point shooting of the Hawks kept causing Indiana issues, with Atlanta jumping ahead by six in the fourth and leading 85-81 with under four minutes to go.
Paul George and David West put in back-to-back threes to give Indiana a four point lead, but four straight missed free throws by West and George made life difficult for the Pacers, but George Hill's layup with 56 seconds remaining put Indiana ahead for the 91-88 victory. George had 24 points and 10 rebounds with West scoring 18 points. Hill had 15 points, three rebounds, and five assists. Paul Millsap had 29 points for Atlanta. Game 5 is Monday in Indianapolis.