INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Zach LaVine scored 12 of his 30 points in the fourth quarter to help Chicago force overtime, and the Bulls then pulled away from the Indiana Pacers for a 120-112 victory Monday night.

Chicago had lost 10 straight against Indiana and eight straight on the road in the series.

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Domantas Sabonis scored 25 points and Malcolm Brogdon had 23 for the Pacers, who had won two in a row.

The Pacers led 103-101 in the final minute of regulation, but LaVine scored four straight points to give the Bulls 105-103 edge. Brogdon tied the score with 10.5 seconds left, and LaVine’s 19-footer for the win was off the mark.

Garrett Temple opened overtime with a 6-foot pullup, Denzel Valentine followed with a 3-pointer and Chicago never trailed again.

TIP-INS

Bulls: Coby White had 19 points, eight assists and seven rebounds. … LaVine also had nine rebounds. … Thaddeus Young had 13 points and 11 rebounds against his former team. … Temple had 16 points and Valentine finished with 11 points. … Otto Porter Jr. (back spasms) missed his seventh straight game and Lauri Markkanen sat out his fifth in a row with a sprained right shoulder joint.

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Pacers: Brogdon had 15 rebounds and five assists. Sabonis had 10 rebounds, five assists and four blocks. … Guard T.J. McConnell made his start of the season, replacing Doug McDermott (sore right knee). McConnell scored 19 points — his highest total since joining the Pacers. … Myles Turner had 11 points and six more blocks — his eighth game this season with five or more. … Forward T.J. Warren sat on the bench as he continues to recover from left foot surgery. … The Pacers were 9 of 33 on 3s and had 19 turnovers, ending a five-game stretch with 10 or fewer.

FAN-LESS

The Pacers first welcomed fans back to Bankers Life Fieldhouse on Jan. 24 and played their next five games in front of smaller crowds because of the COVID-19 pandemic. But on Monday, a few hours before tip-off, team officials announced a snowstorm would require them to close the arena doors to fans after city officials announced they were issuing a travel advisory.

UP NEXT

Bulls: Visit Charlotte on Wednesday, a venue where they’ve lost two straight.

Pacers: Will try to win its fourth straight over Minnesota on Wednesday in Minneapolis.

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