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By John R. Bolton
Reality calls for attaching Gaza to Egypt and the West Bank to Jordan
Topic - Paul George
Lance Stephenson shook his head in disbelief. All-Star starter Paul George repeatedly urged his Indiana teammates to get going, and All-Star center Roy Hibbert sat speechless on the bench during the final 30 minutes on the game.
Late in the third quarter Friday night, some jostling between John Salmons and Paul George turned into a shoving match.
The hard part for the Indiana Pacers isn't over. It takes time to climb out of a slump.
Sitting in the last chair on Indiana's bench, David West stared straight ahead, unable to look at the court.
After the Wizards beat Indiana on Friday, Paul George had some high praise for Marcin Gortat.
Marcin Gortat not only shut down Roy Hibbert of the Pacers, it was his defense on Paul George that set the tone in Friday's victory.
Paul George is joining a new All-Star team.
The Pacers and Heat were in no mood to talk about the playoffs Wednesday night.
Indiana took every shot Miami could muster Wednesday night.
The Memphis Grizzlies ratcheted up their defense to avoid a back-to-back sweep by the two best teams in the Eastern Conference.
Long after Phil Jackson acknowledged the cheering fans with a thumbs-up and then a wave, there was one more standing ovation inside Madison Square Garden.
Down by 25 in the second quarter, the Indiana Pacers still had plenty of time.
Andrew Bynum provided the energy boost Indiana needed early. David West delivered all the big shots late.
Indiana already had the league's No. 1 defense. The Lakers discovered Tuesday that the Pacers' offense is becoming just as potent.
Seemingly cruising to a blowout victory, the Indiana Pacers let off the gas - and let the Milwaukee Bucks back in the game.
"I think now it's time to just play basketball," All-Star starter Paul George said Tuesday, less than 24 hours after the Pacers locked up home-court advantage through the conference finals. "We can really focus on basketball and focus on our other goal."
"As of now it's not in our hands," George said, "and we're perfectly fine with it."