The Indiana Pacers' lengthy home winning streak is still alive, but the Central Division leaders now have to figure out how to get a 'W' outside of Indianapolis.
Indiana will try to get that done Wednesday night when it concludes the NBA's only back-to-back-to-back set against a Philadelphia 76ers team that will be without Thaddeus Young for a while.
After defeating visiting Chicago 111-101 on Monday in a makeup game from a Dec. 26 blizzard that hit Indianapolis, the Pacers (30-19) won their 15th straight at home on Tuesday, 114-103 over Atlanta. It's the club's longest surge at home since the 1999-2000 season.
Indiana won't get much time to enjoy that victory with the 76ers (21-26) up next, followed by a return home against Toronto on Friday.
"You definitely feel it,'' Paul George said Tuesday after scoring a game-high 29 points. "I felt it tonight, really. But once the game starts going, everything goes out the window.''