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Charles Rex Arbogast, Associated Press
Indiana Pacers guard Dahntay Jones, left, fouls Chicago Bulls forward Carlos Boozer, during the first half of an NBA basketball game on Wednesday, Jan. 25, 2012, in Chicago.

CHICAGO — Danny Granger scored 22 points Wednesday night and the Indiana Pacers became the first visiting team to win on Chicago's home floor this season, beating the Bulls 95-90.

Roy Hibbert added 20 points, including a key dunk after a mad scramble that gave the Pacers a four-point lead with 13 seconds to go. The Pacers, who lost to the Bulls in a heated opening round of the playoffs last spring, trailed by 10 at the half Wednesday night.

The Bulls, missing injured starting forward Luol Deng (torn ligament left wrist), are 16-4 and 8-1 at home. Derrick Rose led Chicago with 24 points but had only two in the final quarter. Ronnie Brewer, who started for Deng, scored 20 and grabbed 10 rebounds.