Sure, it's just 1 of 82, but considering how the Pacers have looked since the All-Star Break, it sure felt like last night's victory over Oklahoma City was their biggest win of the season.
Indiana overcame a 19-point second half deficit and Paul George's 36 points to defeat the Thunder on Wesley Matthews's last-second tip:
Nate McMillan spoke of the importance of the win, especially considering what the Pacers have coming up. Their next seven games are all against playoff teams and six of those seven come against top-half teams in the Eastern and Western Conferences: at Denver, at Portland, at Los Angeles (C), at Golden State, Denver, at Oklahoma City, at Boston.
The Pacers head West holding on to a two-game lead for the #4 seed over Boston, who also won last night.