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TODAY IS Tuesday June 19th
Pacers hold on for 99-97 win over Celtics
Monday Mar 12, 2018 12:00am

(BOSTON) – The Indiana Pacers gave an extra 1.5 seconds of effort against the Celtics on Sunday night, and this time they escaped with a win. Victor Oladipo scored 27 points, then committed a dead-ball offensive foul that gave Boston a shot to win the game at the buzzer. But the Pacers forced Terry Rozier into an off-balance shot and held on to beat the depleted Celtics 99-97. Myles Turner scored 19 points, including the game-winning basket with 21 seconds to play, and added 10 rebounds for Indiana, who survived the crazy ending to win for the fifth time in six games. When the teams met in Indianapolis on Dec. 18, the Pacers blew a four-point lead in the final 19 seconds, capped by Rozier's steal and dunk, also with 1.5 seconds left. Boston led by 10 at halftime before point guard Kyrie Irving left the game with a sore left knee, joining absent big man Al Horford, who was home sick, and Jaylen Brown, who is in the concussion protocol.

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