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Topic - George Hill
The Pacers finally have a chance to relax.
Just when it appeared that the intensity of a playoff run was getting to be too much for the Washington Wizards, they pull off a solid win over the Indiana Pacers.
After Philadelphia's latest loss gave the 76ers their longest skid in franchise history, coach Brett Brown insisted he doesn't dwell on the streak.
Rajon Rondo banked in a 3-pointer that broke a fourth-quarter tie. Or so it seemed.
Indiana Pacers coach Frank Vogel was worried about facing the Milwaukee Bucks in a matchup of the teams with the best and worst records in the NBA.
Kevin Love is used to carrying the beat-up Minnesota Timberwolves lately. This time, he finally had some help when he sat down to take a rest.
Indiana coach Frank Vogel wants to see his team come out of the All-Star break the way it opened the season when the Pacers won 16 of their first 17 games.
Dallas Mavericks coach Rick Carlisle provided a spark, and his team played just as he hoped.
Orlando's last-second victory over Western Conference leader Oklahoma City on Friday had the potential to be a season highlight for a team seemingly already holding a one-way ticket to the lottery.
George Hill knew there was something different about the way he felt when he showed up to the arena Friday. He didn't know it was going to turn out to be a career night.
The Indiana Pacers' bench didn't provide much in Saturday night's 97-96 win over the Brooklyn Nets.
As one of the NBA's elite teams, the Indiana Pacers have a target on their backs.
Paul George missed 17 of his 21 shots, including everything he tried in the fourth quarter. The rest of the Indiana Pacers were similarly tired and erratic on the last stop on their five-game road trip.
Midway through the season, Indiana's Paul George is being mentioned as an MVP candidate.
The team with the NBA's best record had its worst game of the season Wednesday night.
"We were right there," George said as expressed condolences to the people of Boston on the one-year anniversary of the tragedy. "That day could have turned out bad for all of us."
"It was great for us starting guys to sit out and get some rest as well as our bench rotation guys to get some rhythm going late into the season," Hill said. "It's tough to be a spectator. But I had to be a good teammate."