Stephen Jackson was having an awful night, missing 10 consecutive shots at one point, before everything took a sharp turn for the better.
Jackson forced overtime by making a three-pointer with 0.2 seconds left, then put the Pacers ahead for good on another three with 1:54 remaining to lead Indiana to a 114-108 victory over the Miami Heat on Thursday night.
"I get down on myself a lot, but my team constantly tells me, 'You have one more big one in you?' " Jackson said.
It was the third straight overtime game between the teams, and Indiana extended its winning streak over the Heat to 12 in a row.
Jackson finished with 29 points, while Reggie Miller had 31.
For Miami, Dwyane Wade scored 37 points, Damon Jones had 27 and Shaquille O'Neal 24.
Bulls dominate OT
CHICAGO -- Overcoming LeBron James' tying three-pointer at the buzzer in regulation, the Chicago Bulls scored the first 11 points of overtime and posted their eighth straight win, 102-90, over the Cleveland Cavaliers.
James tied the game at 88-88 by hitting a high-arching three-pointer from 26 feet, but the Bulls regrouped in a hurry and held Cleveland without a basket in the extra period, outscoring the Cavs, 14-2.
Tyson Chandler scored five of his 15 points in overtime and had 14 rebounds. Drew Gooden scored 27 points for the Cavs.
Wolves beat Lakers
LOS ANGELES -- Kevin Garnett had 23 points, 12 rebounds and six assists, and six teammates scored in double figures as the Minnesota Timberwolves beat the Los Angeles Lakers, 105-96, for their fifth straight victory, matching a season-high. The Lakers have lost nine of their last 10.