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Terry Rozier broke the Indiana Pacers’ heart with a last second steal and dunk

Terry remains the man.

Boston Celtics v Indiana Pacers Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images

Perhaps feeling overshadowed by all the attention Donovan Mitchell has been receiving recently, Terry Rozier decided to do something Monday night to remind Cardinal fans that he’s still a large presence in the NBA as well.

With the Pacers clinging to a 1-point lead in the final seconds of Monday night’s game in Indianapolis, Rozier did this:

Rozier said after the game that he always tells his teammates about his football skills, and the situation Monday night finally gave him an opportunity to show them off. He finished the game with 9 points, 4 rebounds and a pair of steals.

Elsewhere in the NBA Monday night ...

—Mitchell had his worst game in weeks for the Jazz, finishing with only six points on 3 of 7 shooting in just 21 minutes of action. Utah lost to the Rockets, 120-99.

—Montrezl Harrell continued a productive stretch of time for the Clippers, scoring 11 points in 15 minutes during a loss to the Spurs.

—Mangok Mathiang made an appearance in a game for the second time this season. He played two minutes and pulled down a rebound in Charlotte’s win over the Knicks.

—Gorgui Dieng played 19 minutes, but managed just two rebounds and an assist in Minnesota’s 108-107 win over Portland.