The Indiana Pacers changed their fortunes instantaneously, falling behind by 20 heading into the fourth quarter, making up no ground with 8:41 left, but used a 17-0 run, and a 35-10 fourth quarter to beat the Cleveland Cavaliers 99-94. The comeback only covers up how terrible the Pacers were in the second and third quarters, totaling just 35 points while allowing 58, leading to Frank Vogel's ejection late in the third.
Indiana shot under 40% until they capped their comeback late in the fourth quarter, missed as many free throws (15) as Cleveland attempted, and defended terribly, but George Hill led the Pacers back, leading Indiana with 27. Plenty of players (and Brian Shaw) stepped up huge in the fourth, the win sealed by Jeff Pendergraph with a charge and a free throw, leading to the win.
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