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Paul George said the Chicago Bulls success is a thing of the past The Indiana Pacers, led by Paul George, are on one heck of a streak right now. In fact, with last night’s victory over the Chicago Bulls, the Pacers improved to an all-time best, 5-0. Although we’re only 10 days into the NBA season, that didn’t stop George from sharing his feelings on the “rivalry” between the two teams. Via NBA.com/Hang Time Blog: “We want to step away from that shadow as the ‘little brothers’ of this division,” George told NBA.com. “Their success is the Michael Jordan era. This is a new age, this is a new team. It’s ours till they take it.” Edgy? Good, that’s what the Pacers are going for. It’s why their record – they’re 5-0 for the first time as an NBA franchise, their only previous taste coming in the ABA in 1971-72 – matters, even though the season is 10 days old. To be fair to the Chicago Bulls, they have had Derrick Rose back for just a handful of games. And we’ve just broken into November so it’s easy to forget we have several months of basketball ahead of us. The Bulls will be just fine and should be battling it out with Indiana for the division crown. I wouldn’t get too confident quite yet, as the Bulls are very capable of not only winning the division, but winning a playoff series against the Pacers. The old adage of “only time will tell” rings very true here. The post Shots Fired: Paul George says Chicago’s success is from the Jordan era appeared first on Pass The Pill - Kings of Hoops.
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The Indiana Pacers remain the only undefeated team in the NBA through five games and All-Star Paul George is the biggest reason behind Indy’s early success. The Pacers execute very efficiently as a team but Paul George is one man they cannot do without. George ended last year after a highly impressive playoff effort against 4-time MVP LeBron James. This year, he’s quickly...
Paul George had some interesting comments on the Chicago Bulls after beating them 97-80 to improve to 5-0 and remain the only undefeated team in the league as he insinuated that they’ve had no success since the Michael Jordan era. How about that rivalry, D Rose?
According to Steve Aschburner of NBA.com:
They have won three straight at home against the Bulls and four of the past...
It’s been almost 10 years since Reggie Miller hung up his jersey for good. Since 2004-2005, the Indiana Pacers have been without a leader capable of guiding them to greatness, well, that’s apparently changed. The word “franchise player” gets thrown around a lot in the NBA. But what does it really mean? Is it the ability to score 25 a night and hit big shots? Sort of. A franchise...
For a half, Rudy Gay dominated Paul George. The way George had started the season, Gay knew better than to think it would last.
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Indiana Pacers guard Paul George burst onto the scene in last years’ playoffs, really cementing his status as one of the rising young stars in the league. Even if you didn’t want to give him credit, this play alone made me jump off the couch when I first saw it. George picked up right where […]
The Indiana Pacers are a confident bunch, and why shouldn’t they be.
They are 5-0, and blasted their trash talking, supposed non-rival Chicago Bulls 97-80 last night. The Pacers have the depth to now come at you in waves, but in the end, it will be all about how far Paul George and Roy Hibbert take them.
Paul George is second in the NBA in scoring so far, and according to Hibbert...
Earlier tonight, Indiana Pacers star Paul George showed off his passing skills against the Chicago Bulls with a beautiful bounce pass no-look assist.
Watch as he finds teammate Luis Scola while bouncing it between two Chicago Bulls defenders:
Nice pass, Paul!
George image courtesy of Getty Images
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The Indiana Pacers came into Friday night’s match up against the Toronto Raptors with an astonishing franchise record of starting the season with five wins and zero losses. Paul George, and the Indiana team, were looking to further that franchise mark by improving to six and zero on the year.
During the first half, Rudy Gay with the Raptors was able to handle...
The Detroit Pistons lost to the Indiana Pacers 99-91 last night in a game that many around the league thought gave the team a chance to show that they can compete with the teams at the top of the Eastern Conference and possibly make some noise in the playoffs. Paul George and the Indiana Pacers ...The post Pistons’ Loss to Pacers Shows Gap Still Wide in East appeared first on The League News.
Central of attention: George says the Bulls heyday is over. It’s the Pacers time to shine in the NBA Central division.
The Indiana Pacers sent a clear and present message to the Chicago Bulls after their 97-80 victory over the Chicago Bulls Wednesday night: NBA Central is our division, not yours. And the key spokesman spending the message? Pacers emerging superstar PAUL GEORGE...
Come on..We have all been “prisoners of moments” haven’t we? You just had that amazing dinner on that first date and you think
she could be the one. Um, it’s a FIRST date. It’s still in the early rounds of speed dating here in our favorite professional sporting
organization. Let’s Do it. Let the inner “POM” be free!
The Indiana Pacers have a chance to go undefeated...
Keep up the defense, check. Dominate the boards, check. Cut down the turnovers, check. Hit your free throws, check. Back it up on the second night of a back-to-back, check. Shut down the Bulls, check. Stay undefeated, check.
That's right, baby! The Indiana Pacers just smoked the Chicago Bulls, 97-80, in their biggest statement game of the season thus far. Remember, starting...
So the Pacers got off to a poor start again and was behind by the half for the 5th time in 6 games. Didn't matter. The team clamped down on Rudy Gay and the Raptors in the second half and cruised to a 91-84 victory. Observations:
- George Hill returned after a 3-game absence to put up a solid 14 points in just 19 minutes with just 1 turnover. Frank Vogel said he was good...
The Indiana Pacers entered tonight's game with Detroit as the only undefeated team left in the NBA this season, and they maintained that status after a closer-than-it-should-have-been 99-91 victory over the Pistons.
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The Boston Celtics...