One of the most exciting games of the year ended on the right side for the Indiana Pacers, staging a comeback win in the final minute to top the Dallas Mavericks and finish 4-1 on their five game road trip. The Pacers scored the final eight points of the game after falling behind 109-104 with three minutes remaining.
Victor Oladipo stepped into a go-ahead jumper with 38 seconds left, allowing the Pacers to close out the victory. Oladipo finished with 16 points and seven assists, one of six double figure scorers for Indiana. Domantas Sabonis led the way with 20 points and 17 rebounds, joined by Myles Turner with 16 & 13 to go with three blocks, including a clutch one against Kristaps Porzingis at the three point line.
The Pacers pick up a key win, giving them a one game advantage in fifth heading home. They’ll return home, hosting the Boston Celtics on Tuesday.