Terry Rozier stole a throw in pass with four seconds left, raced down the floor and dunked home the winning basket as the Boston Celtics beat the Indiana Pacers 112-111 last night.

The play capped a 10-points-in-the-last-30-seconds for the C's.

And that came after the Celtics blew a 19 point lead.

Put Boston's record at 26-7 now.

On the play at the end of the game, the Celtics really just wanted to foul the Pacers and get the ball back for a final play. But, when the Bojan Bogdanovic pass floated in the air, Rozier jumped in the passing lane, tipped it and scored,

Kyrie Irving led the C's with 30 points. Al Horford almost had a triple-double, 14 points, 10 rebounds and nine assists. Jayson Tatum scored 16.

Victor Oladipo had 38 for the Pacers.

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