Nets 97, Pacers 86: Deron Williams collected 22 points and nine assists and Joe Johnson added 20 points as host Brooklyn won its season-high sixth consecutive game.
Brook Lopez racked up 15 points and nine rebounds and Kris Humphries added 10 points and nine boards off the bench for the Nets, who have won eight of their first nine games under interim coach P.J. Carlesimo and have claimed five straight at home.
David West scored a game-high 27 points and Paul George added 15 points, 12 rebounds and six steals for the Pacers, who had a four-game win streak snapped in their first trip to Barclays Center. Indiana lost for just the third time in its past 16 meetings with the Nets.
The Pacers led 77-69 on Ian Mahinmi's basket with 10:56 left, but Brooklyn reeled off 17 straight points to take control. Johnson's 3-pointer with 8:57 gave the Nets a 78-77 lead, and they didn't trail again.
Indiana was 3-for-22 from the field in the fourth quarter and went more than six minutes between field goals while the Nets turned an eight-point deficit into a seven-point advantage.
GAME NOTEBOOK: Williams went 6-for-6 from the foul line and has made 32 consecutive free throws over the past seven games, his longest streak with the Nets. … Indiana's 11 points in the fourth quarter marked the lowest total allowed by the Nets in the fourth this season. … Pacers F Gerald Green scored 15 off the bench, playing 33 minutes after G Lance Stephenson left with a sore right foot.