The Indiana Pacers staged a big fourth quarter comeback to top the Atlanta Hawks, wrapping up their three game road trip. The Pacers struggled in the second half, scoring just 22 in the third and falling behind 96-87 early in the fourth. From there, timely shooting and big buckets from Aaron Holiday helped guide Indiana back into the lead, closing out the win on a 13-0 run that put them up double figures.
Holiday finished with 18 points, scoring 16 in the second half, leading a bench unit with T.J. McConnell, finishing with 12 assists and four steals. All five starters reached double figures, led by Doug McDermott with 26. Myles Turner had 19 and 10 rebounds, joining Domantas Sabonis in double figures with 14 & 13.
The Pacers close their road trip 2-1, finishing with two straight wins, putting them back above .500 at 14-13. They’ll host the Chicago Bulls Monday night.