Victor Oladipo buried a 30-foot three-point attempt with 10.1 seconds remaining, and Cory Joseph added two foul shots to lift the Indiana Pacers to a 97-94 win over the San Antonio Spurs Sunday. Oladipo finished with 23 points, four rebounds and five assists, Domantas Sabonis added a career-best 22 points and 12 boards, Bojan Bogdanovic had 15 points, and Thaddeus Young chipped in 12 as the Pacers improved to 3-3 on the season. LaMarcus Aldridge scored 26 points, and Pau Gasol added a season-high 17 points while Danny Green, Rudy Gay, and Patty Mills chipped in 10 points apiece as the Spurs dropped to 4-2 following a second straight defeat.

Kyle Anderson had eight points and eight boards while starting point guard Dejounte Murray had four points and six boards. Oladipo and Sabonis were traded by the Oklahoma City Thunder in the offseason for Paul George.

Spurs led by as many as nine

A three-point play by Aldridge and a layup by Anderson gave the Spurs an 82-73 advantage with 6:44 remaining in the fourth period. However, the Pacers dropped a 16-3 bomb to take an 89-85 lead. Baskets by Green and Mills tied the count at 89-all, but Oladipo completed a three-point play to put the Pacers ahead, 92-89. Green scored five straight points to give the Spurs the lead, 94-92 before Oladipo made the long-three. After Aldridge missed a jumper with 5.1 seconds to go, Joseph made two foul shots for a 97-94 lead.

The Spurs had a chance to tie the game, but Mills missed a three-point shot before the final buzzers sounded.

Wall lifts Wizards past Kings

John Wall scored 19 points and issued nine assists while Otto Porter Jr. had 16 points as the Washington Wizards cruised to an easy 110-83 win over the Sacramento Kings. Bradley Beal added 15 points, Mike Scott had 13 markers, and Jodie Meeks tallied 11 points as the Wizards improved to 4-2.

Bogdan Bogdanovic led the Kings with 15 points, Frank Mason III had 11 points, and Malachi Richardson and Skal Labissiere chipped in 10 points each for the Kings, who slipped to 1-5. Rookie De’Aaron Fox finished with just two points on 1-of-8 shooting in 26 minutes of action for Sacramento.

Before the game, it was announced that Beal was fined $50,000 after he was involved in a scuffle with Golden State Warriors power forward Draymond Green.

Kelly Oubre Jr. was fined $15,000 for aggressively entering the altercation while one-game suspensions were slapped on Wizards forward Markieff Morris and guard Carrick Felix for leaving the bench. Green, for his part, was meted with a $25,000 fine.