INDIANAPOLIS — Thaddeus Young made a runner with 0.9 seconds left to give the Indiana Pacers a 107-105 victory over the Washington Wizards on Monday night.

Paul George scored 27 points and Jeff Teague had 23, but the Pacers needed the last of Young’s 12 points after the Wizards scored seven straight to tie it.

With 4.6 seconds remaining, Young took the inbound pass at the top of the key, squared up his defender, Markieff Morris, then drove and put up his runner from the left side.

Bradley Beal missed a potential winning 3-pointer at the buzzer and finished with 22 points.

Marcin Gortat finished with 21 points and 13 rebounds, John Wall added 19 points and 10 assists, and Otto Porter Jr. scored 17 points and grabbed nine rebounds.

HAWKS 110, THUNDER 108: Paul Millsap hit the go-ahead 10-footer with 12.7 seconds left, and Atlanta overcame Russell Westbrook’s 46 points to win at Oklahoma City.

After Millsap’s shot, Thunder center Steven Adams rebounded a missed 3-pointer by Westbrook and dunked it, but a review determined that the basket came just after time expired.

Westbrook, the NBA’s leading scorer with more than 30 points per game, also had 11 rebounds and seven assists.

TIMBERWOLVES 115, SUNS 108: Karl-Anthony Towns had 28 points and 15 rebounds, and Minnesota won at home.

Andrew Wiggins scored 26 points and Zach LaVine added 23 for the Timberwolves. Ricky Rubio had 12 assists and Minnesota picked up its first win at home since Nov. 17.

Eric Bledsoe scored 27 points for the Suns, who have lost three straight and four out of five. Brandon Knight had 21 points off the bench and Devin Booker scored 18 on 6-for-15 shooting for Phoenix.

BULLS 113, PISTONS 82: Jimmy Butler scored 19 points, Rajon Rondo had 10 points, 14 assists and eight rebounds, and host Chicago beat Detroit to snap a three-game losing streak.

Taj Gibson added 16 points, Robin Lopez had 14 and Dwyane Wade, Doug McDermott and Nikola Mirotic had 13 apiece for Chicago, which had lost six of eight.

NOTES

CAVALIERS: Forward Kevin Love didn’t practice because of a sore left knee and is questionable for Cleveland’s game in Milwaukee on Tuesday.

ALL-STAR GAME: The NBA is adding players and media to the voting process in a change to the way starters for the All-Star Game are selected.

Fans will account for 50 percent of the vote, while all current players and a panel of basketball media will each account for 25 percent.

CLIPPERS: Blake Griffin will have arthroscopic surgery on his right knee on Tuesday.

The five-time All-Star is expected to miss three to six weeks.