SAN ANTONIO — The Pacers outscored San Antonio 18-9 over the final seven minutes of Monday night's game in the Alamo City for a 116-111 win.
For Indiana, it's four straight wins and six victories in their last seven games.
Playing without Victor Oladipo, who was nursing swelling in his right knee, Indiana found itself on the wrong end of 10-0 score to open the game. But by halftime, the Pacers were up by nine and carried an eight point lead into the final quarter.
The Spurs jumped in front by four with just under seven minutes to play before Indiana went on the 18-9 run to win it.
Malcolm Brogdon had 26 points to lead the Pacers and T.J. Warren added 23.
This was two of a five-game road road trip for Indiana. The 37-24 Pacers will have their hands full on Wednesday, when they take on Milwaukee, the team with the league's best record.
With the loss, the Spurs fall to 25-34.