The Indiana Pacers were in control of an ugly game against the Boston Celtics in the third quarter, but watched a 13-point lead evaporate as the Celtics heated up from three point range. Boston forced overtime with a three pointer from Avery Bradley and forced the Pacers to come from behind in the extra period to get away with a 107-103 victory.
Roy Hibbert led the charge for Indiana with 19 points, 11 rebounds, and five blocks. Turnovers hurt Indiana as they turned it over 17 times leading to 22 Celtics points, who got a big lift form Avery Bradley, who led them with 23. C.J. Miles led the bench with 17 points with four of Indiana's nine three pointers.