76ers 92, Pacers 87
Saturday, April 28th 2001, 12:00 am
By: News On 6
(Indianapolis-AP) -- Philadelphia saw a 15-point lead wiped away in the second half before beating Indiana 92-to-87 in the N-B-A playoffs today.
The Sixers pulled away from a 49-all tie early in the third quarter to go up 70-to-55. The Pacers stormed back and caught up at 82-all before the Sixers moved back ahead to stay.
Philadelphia's last ten points all came on free throws.
Allen Iverson led the Sixers with 32 points and Aaron McKie scored 22. Reggie Miller had 35 and Jalen Rose 19 for the Pacers.
Philadelphia now leads the best-of-five series two-games-to-one. Game four is set for Wednesday night at Indianapolis.