Originally written on Pro Sports Daily  |  Last updated 12/4/12
CHICAGO -- Paul George scored 34 points as the Indiana Pacers rallied late to pull out an 80-76 victory over Chicago on Tuesday at the United Center. George, who hit 2-of-18 shots in his previous two games, put the Pacers ahead 76-74 with 2:05 left on a 16-foot pull-up jumper. The Bulls missed two chances to tie the score and Lance Stephenson got loose under the basket for a layup that made it 78-74 with 45.5 seconds on the clock. Carlos Boozer answered with a lay-up, Chicago's first basket in almost three minutes, but he missed the free throw that could have made it a 3-point play. David West missed a jumper from the top of the key, giving the Bulls possession with 14.1 seconds left trailing by 2. Luol Deng made a back-door cut, caught a pass and collided with Pacers center Roy Hibbert near the basket. As Deng hit the floor, no foul was called. West collected the rebound and hit two clinching free throws with 5.2 seconds to play. Nate Robinson led the Bulls with 19 points...
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