OAKLAND, Calif., Jan. 20 (UPI) -- Monta Ellis finished off a 36-point effort by hitting the game-winner with a second remaining Wednesday, giving Golden State a 110-108 victory over Indiana.
The Pacers rallied from an eight-point deficit in the third period to take a two-point lead inside the 3-minute mark. Ellis tied it on a jumper with 2:07 to go, David Lee put the Warriors in front by making a free throw with 1:18 remaining and Stephen Curry boosted the Golden State advantage to three on a layup with 22 seconds left.
Indiana, however, forged a 108-108 tie when Darren Collision converted a 3-point play with 18 seconds to go.
The Warriors went to Ellis for the final shot and his jumper gave him 16 field goals in 28 attempts.
Golden State is nearing the end of a stretch in which it will have played 13 of 14 games at home. The Warriors are 3-1 on their current five-game homestand.
Dorell Wright and David Lee both had 21 points for the Warriors, who shot 51 percent.
Danny Granger had 32 for the Pacers, who have lost three in a row.