Josh Smith had 30 points, Greg Monroe finished with 13 points and 12 rebounds, and the Detroit Pistons handed Indiana its first home loss of the season on Monday night, stunning the Pacers, 101-96, in Indianapolis.
The Pistons won for the second time in six games, ending a six-game skid in the series and a nine-game losing streak on the Pacers' home court.
Lance Stephenson had a season high 23 points while Luis Scola scored 13 of his season-best 18 in the fourth quarter for Indiana, which was 11-0 at home coming into the game. Oklahoma City is now the only NBA team unbeaten at home.
Detroit held a 55-40 rebounding edge and outscored the Pacers in the paint.
Indiana tied the score four times and got as close as 96-94 late in the fourth.
LeBron James finished with 30 points, nine rebounds and nine assists despite sitting some of the second half after twisting his left ankle, Dwyane Wade added 27 points and the host Miami Heat beat the Utah Jazz, 117-94.
It was Miami's 17th straight victory over a Western Conference opponent, the second-longest regular-season streak by an Eastern Conference team in NBA history. Boston won 20 straight over the West during a nine-month span of 1973.
Alec Burks scored 31 points for Utah, which got 17 from Derrick Favors.
Kyle Korver sank three three-pointers in Atlanta's dominant third quarter, Al Horford scored 19 points and the Hawks beat cold-shooting Kobe Bryant and the visiting Los Angeles Lakers, 114-100.
Bryant made only 4 of 14 shots for eight points.
Jared Sullinger had 24 points and 11 rebounds and hit a tie-breaking three-pointer with 2 minutes, 22 seconds left as the host Boston Celtics beat the Minnesota Timberwolves, 101-97.
Kevin Love had 27 points with 14 rebounds for Minnesota. But he was also 2 for 11 from three-point range.
Milwaukee Bucks owner Herb Kohl wants to add to the team's ownership group in hopes of building a new arena. Kohl said Monday he hired a firm to help in the search for new partners, and that any new partners who are added will have to be equally committed to keeping the team in Milwaukee.
The 78-year-old Kohl, who recently retired after four terms as a U.S. senator from Wisconsin, bought the Bucks in 1985.