With the Pacers' 102-97 win over the Oklahoma City Thunder they are just one win away from clinching the top seed in the Eastern Conference.

Indiana, which has the tiebreaker, will secure home-court advantage if it defeats Orlando on Wednesday. The Pacers also control the top seed if the Heat lose one more time. Miami plays in Washington on Monday and at Philadelphia on Wednesday.

Lance Stephenson hit a clutch 3-point shot with 34 seconds remaining to give the Pacers a 97-91 lead. His big triple-double game, 17 points, 11 assists and 10 rebounds, played a big role in the team's win. It's his fifth triple-double of the season, the most in the NBA.

MVP candidate Kevin Durant made a three-point shot of his own with 9.5 seconds left to cut the lead down to two. Following Durant's shot David West hit two free throws to extend Indian's lead to 101-97. Durant followed with an air ball and C.J. Watson made 1-of-2 free throw attempts to provide the final score of 102-97.

Watson provided exceptional support coming off the bench with a season-high 19 points. Ian Mahinmi also had a season-high in points with 11.