Victor Oladipo made a three-pointer, with five seconds to go, and the Indiana Pacers edged the Boston Celtics at home (102-101).

The Celtics had the chance to win the game, but Gordon Hayward made the turnover and the Pacers were victorious.

Boston had made a great start to the game (28-18), yet they saw Indiana come back and tie the game at halftime (45-45). In the second half, things didn’t change much (72-72) and Oladipo helped his team survive the Celtics.

The versatile guard led the Pacers in scoring with 24 points, along with 12 rebounds. Tyreke Evans had 17 points and Bojan Bogdanovic 16 for the winners.

On the other hand, Marcus Morris posted a team-high 23 points for the losing squad, as four more players scored in double figures.