INDIANAPOLIS -- Who needs rest after playing a triple-overtime game the night before?
Evidently not the Toronto Raptors, who edged the Indiana Pacers 74-72 Tuesday at Bankers Life Fieldhouse despite getting outscored 14-5 in the fourth quarter.
The Pacers had four chances to tie or win the game in final 38 seconds but miss them all. David West, George Hill and Paul George (twice) missed shots.
DeMar DeRozan led the Raptors with 15 points.
Hill led all scorers with 18 points.
The Raptors lost 140-133 in triple-overtime loss to the Utah Jazz on Monday night in Toronto.
The Raptors gave the Pacers every opportunity to get back in Tuesday's game, but Indiana couldn't take advantage due to turnovers, bad shots or blown defensive possessions. Thanks to their own miscues, the Pacers went into the final quarter trailing 11.
Getting field goals was almost impossible for the Pacers.
They went 7 minutes, 29 seconds between field goals in a span that stretched from the third quarter to the fourth, but they made a charge in the final five minutes of the game.
Power forward Tyler Hansbrough sparked the Pacers by drawing two offensive fouls.
Hill made two consecutive strong drives to the basket to help Indiana get within 71-68. Hill's last bucket was a scoop shot between two Raptors defenders.
DeRozan ended a six-minute Toronto scoring drought when he went 1-of-2 from the free-throw line to push the Raptors' lead to 72-68 with 3:16 left.
The Pacers opened the game on a tear, looking like a team ready to run the Raptors out the building.
Indiana scored nine of the first 11 points and 13 of the first 17 points to lead by nine points less than four minutes into the game. However, that's when everything changed for the Raptors. They suddenly woke up, found their legs and took control of the game.
Toronto didn't buckle under the early pressure. Instead the Raptors went on a 23-6 run to go up by eight with less than a minute remaining in the first quarter.
The Raptors didn't look like a tired team, shooting almost 71 percent from the field in the first quarter.
The Pacers got Toronto's lead down to four early in the second quarter, but the Raptors again got their lead back up. Toronto led by 10 points in spurts through the final four minutes of the half.
Indiana looked like a frustrated team, while Toronto played with a pep in its step the entire half.
Toronto went into halftime with a 46-36 lead.
The starting backcourt of DeRozan and Jose Calderon had 10 points each in the first half for Toronto. George and West had seven each for the Pacers.
NOTES: Raptors guard Kyle Lowry (ankle) and swingman Landry Fields (hand) went to New York to get second opinions on their injuries. The Raptors don't have a timetable on when either player will return to the lineup. ... The Raptors didn't arrive into Indianapolis until after 2 a.m. following their marathon home game against the Jazz. ... Pacers coach Frank Vogel said he plans to keep a nine-man rotation for the time being after it was effective in a victory over the Washington Wizards on Nov. 9. Forward Sam Young, who stated three games, is no longer in the rotation.