Down seven points with just over four minutes remaining in the fourth quarter, the Indiana Pacers scored the final seven points to force overtime, getting to the overtime period because of Victor Oladipo.
The Pacers had made just four threes in the game to that point, Oladipo himself was 0-6 from deep his his return game, but no matter the circumstances, he was going to make that shot.
After willing the Pacers to overtime, the team closed the win out for Oladipo, hitting back-to-back threes early in the extra period, outscoring the Chicago Bulls 15-6.
Though he was just 2-8 shooting, Oladipo had a successful return, scoring nine points in 21 minutes, with four assists. Malcolm Brogdon scored 11 points in the fourth quarter and overtime, including a pair of clutch dunks. T.J. Warren led the way for the Pacers with 25 points, going 10-15 from the field.
The Pacers had struggled all night defensively, allowing 76 points in the paint, but stepped up in Winning Time, holding Chicago scoreless in the final 4:11 of regulation.
Indiana will be back in action on Saturday, hosting the New York Knicks.