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By Isaac Orr
New carbon-dioxide rules would put America in the dark
Topic - Jeff Teague
Before the Washington Wizards defeated the Pacers in Game 1, the Atlanta Hawks gave Indiana fits in round one. According to Jeff Teague, the Wizards followed their blueprint.
After two summers of jarring change, the Atlanta Hawks expect things to be a lot quieter this offseason.
The Indiana Pacers are questioning their toughness and dealing with speculation about a lineup change.
As the final seconds ticked off the clock, the Atlanta Hawks celebrated and their fans serenaded the Indiana Pacers with chants of "Overrated!"
When the Indiana Pacers needed a lift. Paul George stepped up. All over the court, over and over again.
Indiana's next game is the most important of the season.
Atlanta's Jeff Teague demolished the Pacers' grand playoff plan.
Atlanta's spread offense is forcing the Pacers to scramble.
Jeff Teague says he never doubted the Atlanta Hawks would be in the playoffs.
Jeff Teague wasn't letting anything stand in the Atlanta Hawks' way, not even his own brother.
Kyle Korver was concerned that the Atlanta Hawks were about to squander another chance to beat a struggling opponent.
Jeff Teague was in no mood to talk after the Atlanta Hawks missed a chance to win their third straight game.
Atlanta got Indiana at exactly the right time.
A hot-shooting night has the Atlanta Hawks back in sole possession of a playoff spot.
Washington inched closer to its first playoff spot since 2008 and can earn a postseason berth Sunday if the Golden State Warriors beat the New York Knicks.
"It was a must-win for us tonight," Teague said. "We came out hungry, we came out with energy and we came out with passion."
"They're just big on the inside," said Teague, who finished with 15 points and nine assists. "They're athletes, and it's going to be tough to get layups. We've just got to make our shots. We had some open looks."