INDIANAPOLIS — Shenise Johnson scored 15 points and Marissa Coleman added 14 to help the Indiana Fever beat the Minnesota Lynx 75-69 on Sunday night, forcing a decisive Game 5 in the WNBA Finals.

As they’ve done all playoffs, the Fever found a way to stave off elimination. Indiana is 5-0 in elimination games this postseason and 9-2 since the 2012 playoffs when it beat Minnesota for its lone title.

Trailing 38-36 early in the third quarter, Indiana took control with a 13-2 run. Johnson scored the final four points of the burst.

Indiana led 51-44 before Coleman scored five straight, including a 3-pointer that gave the Fever the biggest lead of the series for either team at 58-44. That was the Fever’s only basket in a nine-minute stretch. Indiana had just one basket in the final quarter, allowing Minnesota to rally within four behind Maya Moore, but the Lynx could get no closer.

The Fever had just one basket in the fourth quarter, a jumper by Johnson with 2:39 left that gave them some breathing room. They hit 15 free throws in the quarter to stay in front.

Moore led Minnesota with 20 points.