The Milwaukee Bucks controlled most of the game, then held off a furious Indiana rally in the final minutes to pull out a 120-116 win over the Pacers on Thursday night at Bankers Life Fieldhouse.
Trailing by double digits, the Pacers used a full-court press to close the gap in the final four minutes, but the rally fell short.
Khris Middleton led six Bucks in double figures with 33 points, helping snap a 3-game losing streak. The Bucks (13-21) shot 58% from the field (45 of 77), winning on the road for just the fourth time this season.
Greg Monroe added 23 on ten-of-12 shooting.
Paul George, who was in foul trouble in the game, scored 31 points to lead the Pacers (18-14).
The Bucks avenged their biggest loss of the season, a 123-86 setback against the Pacers in November.
The Bucks will wrap up their four-game road trip at Minnesota on Saturday.