After Oklahoma City appeared to steady itself with an 8-2 spurt, the Pacers charged back.
IN made up for it at the free throw line, going 27-for-32, to 16-for-20 for OKC.
But after that point, the Pacers stormed back for a 108-106 victory on Thursday, capping it off on Wesley Matthews' go-ahead tip-in with 1.8 seconds left. George turned the ball over twice and slipped while on defense during Indiana's final possession, leaving Matthews the space to get free for the winning putback.More news: Iran warns of firm response if Israel acts against its oil shipments
"The Utah Jazz will not tolerate fans who act inappropriately". We all try to protect the league and I think that when it comes, like, when it's an individual battle with a person in the crowd and they say something violently disrespectful like that then it's going to warrant a reaction.
The Indiana Pacers could use a win here after splitting their last 12 games.
The fan gave an interview with Complex Sports, in which he defended himself and said there was nothing racist about what he said.
"How it started was a young man and his wife in their seats told me to get down on my knees like I'm used to", he said.
"It is time to change the narrative on citizens of Utah, fans of the Jazz and those that call Utah 'home, '" Devin Deaton, a Jazz fan from Sandy, explained in the GoFundMe's description. A 2008 Bleacher Report story highlighted an incident where former Jazz player Derek Fisher was subjected to insensitive taunts about his daughter having cancer when he returned to Utah playing for another team. The Kings got no closer than five after that.More news: Unai Emery "excited" by prospect of winning Europa League with Arsenal
Westbrook posted his 131st career triple-double and 26th of the season with 19 points (8/18 FG), 14 rebounds and 11 assists, as well as 4 steals and a pair of blocks.
RAPTORS 111, LAKERS 98: Kawhi Leonard scored 25 points, Norman Powell had 20 and Toronto won at home.
Pascal Siakam scored 16 points and Marc Gasol added 15 to help Toronto win its ninth consecutive meeting with the Lakers, extending a franchise record.
Toronto was missing both Kyle Lowry and Serge Ibaka, who is serving a three game suspension for fighting. The Oklahoma City Thunder are allowing 35 percent shooting from deep and are grabbing 48.1 rebounds per game.
LeBron James finished with 29 points for the Lakers, who fell to 31-37.More news: 16-year-old Swedish activist Greta Thunberg nominated for Nobel Peace Prize
The Raptors were coming off a 126-101 loss to Cleveland and the Lakers beat Chicago 123-107 in their most recent game. He didn't hit a 3-pointer, but was otherwise pretty stellar in this one.