NBA: Brooklyn 89, Indiana 84 (OT)

Feb. 11, 2013 at 10:35 PM

INDIANAPOLIS, Feb. 11 (UPI) -- Brook Lopez provided 25 points and eight rebounds Monday and the Brooklyn Nets ended a three-game skid with an 89-84 overtime victory over Indiana.

Joe Johnson (17 points) and Gerald Wallace (11, 11 rebounds) made big contributions as Brooklyn completed a season's series sweep of Indiana with the win.

Reggie Evans added eight points and 22 boards for the Nets, who held the Pacers 34.4 percent shooting from the floor.

Indiana was led by George Hill with 22 points and six assists.

Jeff Pendergraph and Lance Stephenson each added 14 points as the Pacers fell at home in overtime for the second straight game.

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