(Indianapolis, IN) - The Indiana Pacers rallied from a 20 point deficit in the fourth quarter to beat the Cleveland Cavaliers, 99-94 Tuesday night at Bankers' Life Fieldhouse.
The Pacers' finally resumed their dominance over Cleveland after head coach Frank Vogel was called for two quick technical fouls in the third quarter for arguing with officials.
Vogel was ejected and the Central Division champions were inspired to mount a comeback.
George Hill keyed a 25-4 run in the final quarter and scored 27-points in leading Indiana to their twelfth win in 13-tries over the Cavaliers.
The Pacers are 49-29 and can clinch the 3-seed in the Eastern Conference by defeating the Brooklyn Nets Friday night in Indianapolis.
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