George's 37 lead the way for Indy.
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Not the news Pacers fans wanted to hear the day following a loss.
When it rains, it pours.
A furious Indiana Pacers fan could be heard giving Paul George hell during the second quarter of last night's Game 5 loss to Atlanta.
The Pacers mutiny has already begun in their own arena.
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Blood was drawn, hatred was renewed and pleasantries were exchanged when the Pacers and Heat squared off.
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WE DON’T WANT THIS. Ever Again.
As D'Angelo Barksdale once noted, "The king stay the king."
While Durant was busy dropping 41-10-9 on the Knicks, these despicable dunks were taking place.
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It seemed as though tonight's tilt between the Pacers and the Clippers would lose some of its luster with Chris Paul out of the lineup for L.A., but Paul George was having none of that.
What looked like a blowout turned out to be a thriller in South Beach.
I saw nothing, Your Honor.
Hearing about Paul George so much started to get under Kevin Durant's skin. So he did something about it.