Cleveland's Kyrie Irving spent the break between regulation and overtime urging his teammates to close out Monday night.
He spent the next 5 minutes demonstrating what he meant.
The All-Star guard scored six of his 25 points in overtime and made four free throws in the final minute to help the Cavaliers pull out a 111-106 victory over the Pacers for their fifth straight win and their first in Indianapolis in six years.
"We gave ourselves a chance, now it was time to lock in and do what we were supposed to do," Irving said, describing the animated conversation. "We got stops and, obviously, they were making shots so it was going to be tough down the...