The Indiana Pacers soared in the third quarter, dominating the San Antonio Spurs 34-18. But for as dominate as they were in the third, the script was flipped in the fourth quarter, with the Spurs storming back from a 14-point deficit to win on a Marco Belinelli bucket with two seconds remaining, outscoring the Pacers 30-14 in the fourth quarter.
Rodney Stuckey led the Pacers with 18, but some poor plays late put Indiana in a difficult position. David West went scoreless in the first half, but finished with a 10 point, 18 rebound double double. C.J. Miles scored 13 and Roy Hibbert had 10. Off the bench, Solomon Hill had 10, including a pair of threes, with Luis Scola scoring 11 as the Pacers saw their three game winning streak snapped as Coach Gregg Popovich won his 1,000th career game.