Dwyane Wade
Jan 4, 2016; Miami, FL, USA; Miami Heat guard Dwyane Wade (3) is fouled by Indiana Pacers forward C.J. Miles (0) during the first half at American Airlines Arena. Reuters/Steve Mitchell-USA TODAY Sports

Chris Bosh had 31 points while Dwyane Wade added 27 and the Miami Heat came back from 18 points down to nail the 103-100 victory on Monday night (Tuesday in Australia).

Bosh shot 8-of-20 from the field and made a living from the free throw line, going 13-of-16 from the stripes to help the Heat to their third straight victory. Miami dropped their last two games in 2015 but is 3-0 in 2016 to improve to 21-13 for the season and 15-7 at home.

The Pacers now have lost three of their last four games and went down to 19-15 for the season. Indiana wasted a good effort from star forward Paul George, who had 32 points and 7 rebounds for the night.

The Pacers built a big lead early, leading 15-3 after the first three minutes of the game and settling for a 29-19 lead after the first quarter. The Heat fought back before the halftime break and cut the lead down to three, 47-44 after the second quarter.

Indiana raced to double-digits leads again in the third quarter including their biggest advantage, 70-52 halfway through the same quarter. The Heat made their run and finally tied the game at 87-87 with 3:23 to go in the game courtesy of a pair of free throws from Dwyane Wade.

Indiana still had the lead with two seconds to go but Wade, who had 27 points for the night, made a lay-up at the buzzer to force the overtime. Bosh and Wade made key baskets in the final minutes of the OT and the Heat held on to the win.

Miami will try to extend their winning streak when they host the New York Knicks on Wednesday while Indian finishes a three-game road trip versus the Orlando Magic and New Orleans Pelicans on Wednesday and Friday, respectively.