INDIANAPOLIS — Paul George scored 28 points and grabbed 10 rebounds Sunday to lead the Indiana Pacers to a 102-98 win against the Miami Heat.

Indiana fended off a late surge from the Heat, who had won 21 of their previous 25 games. After falling behind 93-85, Miami fought back and took the lead on Dion Waiters’ jumper with 3:24 left.

Indiana answered with a 6-0 run to put the game out of reach and end Miami’s four-game win streak.

With George struggling in the fourth quarter, Indiana got clutch plays late from Jeff Teague and Myles Turner.

NETS 120, KNICKS 112: Jeremy Lin ended an 0-of-9 start with a 3-pointer that halted a Knicks comeback, and Brooklyn earned its first home victory of 2017.

The Nets ended a 16-game losing streak at home. They hadn’t won there since Dec. 26.