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Despite George’s self-criticism, his coach had plenty of praise for the second-year pro.
“Paul George is becoming a beast of a player on both ends of the court,” Vogel said. “He’s probably the best wing defender in the NBA. We talk all the time about how good his hands are, but his feet are even better. His ability to contain the basketball and really shut down perimeter scorers is unique and special, and it’s coming on the offensive end just the same.
“It was just a dominant performance by him on both ends of the court and a good win for our ballclub.”
“I think we have other guys that are creating offense for themselves and for teammates, so when Danny comes back, it’s going to be that type of deal where he can allow his teammates to set him up the first week or two,” Vogel said. “When you get five guys that can create offense and score the ball like we’ll have when Danny comes back, with the way we’ll be able to defend, we have a chance to be special.”
Roy Hibbert added 13 points for the Pacers, who won their sixth straight home game. Ian Mahinmi added nine points and 11 rebounds.
Jordan Crawford scored 20 points to lead Washington, which fell to 1-14 on the road this season. Kevin Seraphin scored 16, Nene added 15 points and Bradley Beal scored 14 for the Wizards, who never led in losing for the third straight game.
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