Magic Vs. Pacers, NBA Playoffs 2012 Game 4 Final Score: Indiana Survives 101-99

Indiana held on through overtime to beat the Orlando Magic 101-99 in Game 4 of the 2012 NBA Playoffs, taking a commanding 3-1 series lead and battling back after the Magic's agressive 17-point second-half comeback.

Pacers forward David West led all scorers with 26 points and 12 rebounds. Jason Richardson and Glen Davis combined for 49 points for Orlando. Indiana's second point lead was closed when Jameer Nelson hit a three-point play on a layup and foul by the Pacers' Roy Hibbert, his sixth of the game.

The Pacers started the overtime period with a 5-0 run thanks to two quick David West buckets, but Orlando would come back to tie the game twice, thanks to a three-pointer from Richardson. A foul on Jameer Nelson with 2.2 seconds left in a 99-99 game gave the Pacers the win on a pair of George Hill free throws.

For more on tonight's NBA action, stick with this StoryStream. For a fan's perspective on the Pacers and Magic, check out Indy Cornrows and Orlando Pinstriped Post. For complete coverage of the 2012 NBA Playoffs, stay tuned to SB Nation's dedicated NBA hub.

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