The Indiana Pacers were in Los Angeles Monday night.
Roy Hibbert led the Pacers with 26 points and 10 rebounds before fouling out with 1:35 remaining. Indiana was up 99-93 at the time.
The Clippers had hopes of winning after Chris Paul converted some free throws and Blake Griffin threw down a monster dunk making the score 99-97.
But it was Indiana who pulled through in the end when David West hit a fade away jumper and sunk all eight free-throws in the final 32 seconds.
Indiana beat the Clippers 109-106.
Paul George had a double-double scoring 23 with 10 assists.
David West finished with 16 while George Hill and Lance Stephenson scored 13 each.
The Pacers are back home on Friday as they host the Oklahoma City Thunder.
Tipoff @ 8:00 p.m. ET