If a trend existed for the Indiana Pacers' 2013-14 regular season, it would be the growing momentum towards something special. On Tuesday afternoon, as the chorus of "All I Do Is Win" blared through Bankers Life Fieldhouse for the 15th time this season, the Pacers took one more step forward with a 91-76 victory over the Cleveland Cavaliers.

"Our thing was to come in and finish 2013 with a bang," point guard George Hill said.

With the New Year's Eve win, the Pacers moved to 25-5 for the franchise's best record after 30 games. The Oklahoma City Thunder (25-6) lost to the Portland Trail Blazers (25-7) later Tuesday, meaning the Pacers own the NBA's best record.

Small forward Paul George might not have had the touch – just 7-of-19 from the floor with nine misses from the 3-point line – but he still scored a game-high 21 points.