The Indiana Pacers overcame a 22-point deficit to stun the Cleveland Cavaliers at home. The Pacers trailed 34-12 after the first quarter, but worked themselves back in the game and took the lead in the third quarter, outscoring the Cavs 64-40 in the middle quarters.
In the fourth, the two teams traded blows, but the play of Lance Stephenson helped push the Pacers over the top. Stephenson finished with 16 points and 11 rebounds, getting into familiar dust-ups with LeBron James, who committed a costly turnover with two seconds remaining to set up the Indiana win.
Darren Collison led the Pacers with 22 points on 9-11 shooting, guarding James on the game deciding turnover late. Victor Oladipo struggled shooting, but came up with a big three in the closing minutes, scoring 19. The Pacers wrap up their home stand at 3-1 as they are set for their first West Coast trip of the year, starting in Phoenix on Sunday.