Carter took an inbound pass in the left corner from
Ginobili had given the Spurs a 108-106 lead on a layup before Dallas called timeout to set up the play for Carter.
"I don't mind taking the game-winning shot," said Carter, who otherwise had a rough day before finishing with 11 points. "I don't mind missing them, and dealing with it. So I think having that mentality helps me."
Tim Duncan led the Spurs with 22 points.
Ginobili, who scored 12 points, dribbled out most of the last 24 seconds before going around Duncan and scoring over
"You never think it's over, especially in here," Ginobili said. "We've got experience on that. As long as you don't see 'zero zero' over there, it's not over."
Indiana 91, at Atlanta 88:
In a game they had to have, the Pacers finally showed some grit and regained the home-court edge. George put the Pacers ahead 86-85 with a jumper beyond the arc, and West hit another three-pointer with 1:33 remaining.
Pero Antic missed a three-pointer at the buzzer that would have forced overtime.
Miami 98, at Charlotte 85:
Dwyane Wade added 17 points for Miami, which can close out the series Monday night.
James, who was an efficient 10 of 18 from the field, pushed his record to 18-0 against the
Miami has won 19 straight overall against Charlotte.
Al Jefferson had 20 points for the Bobcats, who are still searching for the first postseason win in franchise history.
Oklahoma City 92, Memphis 89 (OT): Reserve
Jackson had only scored 15 points combined in this series, but the guard shook off his shooting woes by hitting 11 of 16. He outscored