The Indiana Pacers showed up big in Winning Time to top the Boston Celtics at home, overcoming a double figure deficit heading into the fourth to win 122-117. The Pacers made just one field goal in the last three minutes of the third quarter, allowing Boston to go on a 12-3 run.
Once in the fourth, the combination of Justin Holiday and Aaron Holiday brought Indiana back in the game, eventually taking the lead on an Aaron three with just over four minutes remaining. Justin made it a five point game three minutes later, giving the Pacers enough of an edge for Malcolm Brogdon to ice the game at the free throw line, pushing the Pacers to 16-9.
Brogdon had 29 points to lead six double figure Pacers, with the Holidays combining for 35 points. Those performances were key to hold off the Celtics, who got a 44-point outing from Kemba Walker.
The Pacers hit the road to face the Atlanta Hawks on Friday, looking to go above .500 on the road.