Warren scored seven points in the final 1:25 to give Indiana the lead for good, putting them up after falling behind 108-107. Warren finished with 39 points on 15-22 shooting, making five threes in the win.
The game went back and forth all night, each team led by Warren and LeBron James respectively. The Pacers did get big nights from both Malcolm Brogdon (24 points and six assists) and Victor Oladipo (22 points and seven rebounds) to help carry the scoring load.
Aaron Holiday scored seven and had seven assists, going 3-3 with a triple. Goga Bitadze played big minutes with foul trouble plaguing Myles Turner, scoring seven as well with a block.
The win keeps Indiana locked into the fifth seed as they move into their final three games of seeding play, setting up the first of two regular season matchups with the Miami Heat on Monday.