INDIANAPOLIS (AP) _ Sam Perkins and Al Harrington fueled a furious fourth-quarter rally that forced overtime, and the Indiana Pacers went on to beat the Minnesota Timberwolves 108-101 in an exhibition game Tuesday night.

Indiana (3-1) trailed by 20 points midway through the fourth quarter before Perkins and Harrington led the comeback.

Perkins hit four 3-pointers, set up two other baskets and grabbed a key defensive rebound during the rally. Harrington scored 13 points in the quarter, including a fast-break dunk that trimmed the deficit to 87-78.

Perkins scored 20 points, including 5-of-7 from 3-point range. Harrington finished with 18 points, while Reggie Miller had 20 for the Pacers.

Kevin Garnett led Minnesota with 25 points, and Wally Szczerbiak added 23.

Minnesota appeared in command early in the fourth quarter after scoring 13 straight points while holding Indiana scoreless for more than four minutes. The Timberwolves led 87-67 with 7:04 left in the quarter before Indiana rallied.

The Pacers held the Timberwolves without a field goal over the last four minutes of the fourth quarter and the first five minutes of overtime.