If the April 1 win over the Los Angeles Clippers was the one that almost got away from the Indiana Pacers, this contest was the one that they never should have won.
For the most part, they played like the Pacers of the recent post-Miller era, a 30-plus win team that routinely underachieved and suffered the ire of fans throughout Indiana.
On this night, after being outscored 31-16 in the third period, they were behind by 20 to the lowly Cleveland Cavaliers.
Hard to imagine anybody overcoming that sort of deficit that late in the ballgame.
This wasn't the most desirable scenario, considering Indiana was coming off a two-game losing streak, with its most recent loss in the form of a blowout against another lesser opponent, the Washington Wizards.
In other words, considering this was their 78th game of the regular season, the Pacers needed to regain their swagger and momentum heading into the playoffs.
A loss, which would likely be detrimental to their postseason aspirations, was staring them right in the face.
Miraculously, just like Roy Hibbert turning his entire season around, somebody flipped the switch.
By outscoring Cleveland 35-10 in the fourth quarter behind George Hill's heroics, Indiana went on to win by five.
This, after being down by 20 after three periods.
Above all, the Pacers also managed to keep their two-game skid in check and gave themselves a chance to regroup before the playoffs.
It was also the kind of win and end-game performance that would resonate in any fan's heart for quite some time no matter who the opponent is.
This was definitely one for the ages.