Domantas Sabonis registered 24 points, 18 rebounds and 10 assists and the Indiana Pacers rallied from a 16-point, third-quarter deficit to record a 113-110 overtime victory over the host Oklahoma City Thunder on Friday night.
Justin Holiday scored the go-ahead layup with 40.8 seconds remaining aspart of a 22-point effort. Jeremy Lamb added 14 points as Indiana snapped a three-game slide and won for just the fourth time in the past 17 games.
The triple-double was Sabonis' fifth of the season and 18th of his career and it helped the Pacers defeat the Thunder for the fifth straight time.
Luguentz Dort scored 27 points and matched a season high of eight rebounds for Oklahoma City, which lost its seventh straight game and 12th in its past 13. Josh Giddey added 15 points and 10 rebounds.
Thunder leading scorer Shai Gilgeous-Alexander (23.0 entering the game) had 10 points in 17 minutes before departing with a sprained right ankle. Gilgeous-Alexander turned the ankle while driving to the basket with 10:11 left in the third quarter.
Indiana played without Malcolm Brogdon (Achilles) for the fifth straight game.
Dort knocked down back-to-back 3-pointers to give the Thunder a 108-102 lead with 2:30 remaining in overtime.
Lamb scored five straight points to start a game-ending 11-2 spurt. Holiday's fast-break layup gave the Pacers a 111-110 lead and he added two free throws with 6.5 seconds left to cap the burst.
Sabonis' putback tied the score at 100 with 55.6 seconds left in regulation. Caris LeVert missed a 3-point attempt just before time expired.
LeVert and Oshae Brissett had 10 points apiece for the Pacers, who shot 43.2 percent from the field, including 13 of 39 from 3-point range.
Darius Bazley added 14 points and Ty Jerome scored 10 for Oklahoma City, which shot 45.3 percent and was 14 of 43 from behind the arc.
The Pacers recovered from the big deficit to move ahead 83-82 on Sabonis' layup with 8:43 left in the contest.
Indiana later took a 94-91 lead on LeVert's 3-pointer with 4:24 to play, but Oklahoma City answered with a 9-2 push to hold a 100-96 edge with 2:20 remaining.
Dort had 11 first-half points as Oklahoma City led 54-51 at the break.
The Thunder were hot at the outset of the third quarter by scoring the first 12 points to increase the margin to 15 with 8:24 left in the third quarter.
Oklahoma City later led 70-54 before the Pacers went on a 16-4 burst to move within four. The Thunder led 80-73 entering the final stanza.
--Field Level Media