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Paul George rocked the craziest outfit of the 2013 NBA Playoffs during pre-game of the Pacers Game 1 showdown against the Heat.
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Paul George wore a very intriguing outfit to Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Finals, and folks couldn’t help but wonder what he had in store for Game 2. The answer is simply that he toned it down a notch, but it is still fairly snazzy.
Here is the outfit for Game 2:
Here is the Game 1 travesty:
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The Indiana Pacers missed a golden opportunity to steal Game 1 from the Heat in Miami. The Heat have not played for a week and the Pacers took them to overtime, but came up short. With the Pacers down 92-89 in the closing seconds of the fourth quarter Indiana small forward Paul George nailed a deep three-pointer with just 0.7 seconds left on the clock to force overtime. George finished...
Tweet Indiana Pacers wing Paul George has made a name for himself with his play this season, but his biggest moment may have came in game one of the Eastern Conference finals against the Miami Heat, when he buried this long three to send the game into overtime: George finished the game with 27 points, [...]
Indiana Pacers guard Paul George delivered in a big way during Game 1 against the Miami Heat. With LeBron James right in his face and his team down by three with a little under a second remaining, George still found a way to sink the deep three.
Paul George, welcome to the club.
Despite your incredible game in Game One of the Eastern Conference Finals, like Hedo Turkoglu and Rashard Lewis and Craig Ehlo before you, you have been reduced to the bystander to history. No one will recall that you hit the game-tying 3-pointer to send the game to overtime or even that you won the series -- anyone outside of Orlando remember...
You were good, Paul George. Just not quite good enough.
As George raced to the 3-point line to close out on LeBron James, who was receiving an inbounds pass with two seconds on the clock, there was an overwhelming sense that viewers had seen this situation before. George and the Pacers led the Heat by one point in overtime of Game 1 of the Eastern Conference finals. Twenty years...
It was an instant classic. A game for the ages and any other terms to describe the epic battle between the Pacers and Heat in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Finals and at the center of t all was Paul George and Lebron James.
George and James clashed throughout Game 1 and provided fans with some great memories. From George's clutch three-pointer to force overtime to James...
LeBron James and Paul George get high marks for saving the day for both of their teams.
The Miami Heat and the Indiana Pacers kicked off the Eastern Conference finals with an explosive mix of last second heroics from both clubs.
The difference between George and James is the timing of their respective big moments.
LeBron James capped off his night with a dramatic overtime buzzer...
Three critical mistakes by Pacers.
1- Not having Hibbert in the game.
2- Paul George overplaying LeBron on the catch.
3- Not mugging LeBron as soon as made his turn toward the basket.
LeBron James also gets credit for doing things you expect the best player in the world to do. He also messed around and got a Triple-Double.
Indiana Pacers center Roy Hibbert took to his Twitter account Wednesday night to defend himself against fans’ criticism. Then on Thursday he accused Heat forward Shane Battier of dirty play.
After Paul George hit three straight free throws to give the Indiana Pacers a one-point lead, it appeared that the Miami Heat were going to lose game one of the Eastern Conference Finals with only 2.2 seconds left.
That was until a great playcall from Heat coach Eric Spolestra gave LeBron James an uncontested game-winning lay-up seen below:
Where are thou?, Roy Hibbert
Will LeBron James and the Heat drive by Paul George and the Pacers? (Credit)
The Miami Heat have LeBron James — the best basketball player in the world, the league’s most valuable player for two years in a row and four out of five, and one of the all-time greatest to ever play the game. Along with James, Miami has his best friend: Dwyane Wade — the Finals MVP in 2006, two...
I waited a couple of days for the dust to settle after that New York series to ponder whether the Indiana Pacers have a leigitmate shot at upsetting the defending NBA champs Miami Heat in the Eastern Conference Finals this year. I have not yet seen a single expert daring to pick the Pacers in this 7-game series, but to the Pacers' credit, there are no predictions for sweeps either...
After a random night off, which are becoming normal in this year’s playoff schedule, the NBA Playoffs resume tonight. The Miami Heat and Indiana Pacers meet for Game 2, as the Pacers try to recover from a heartbreaking loss in overtime of Game 1. The Pacers seemed destined to win Game 1 when Paul George hit a leaning, off-balance three pointer at the buzzer to send the game...