Found January 21, 2013 on Pro Sports Daily:
MEMPHIS -- Indiana Pacers forward David West took one look at the instant replay monitor of Memphis Grizzlies forward Rudy Gay's alleged game winning three-pointer and made his own ruling. "No," West said waving his hands. "Hell, no!" West was right. Gay's shot was too late, allowing the Pacers to skate out of FedExForum with an 88-87 victory on Monday afternoon. In a game in which neither team had a double-digit lead, the last of 19 lead changes came with 1.4 seconds left when Pacers guard George Hill hit the back end of a two-shot free throw situation for the margin of victory. The Grizzlies (26-14) tied the game 87-87 with 10.5 seconds when Zach Randolph scored on a layup following a Tony Allen steal and assist. After a Pacers timeout, Hill drove to the basket and drew the foul that gave Indiana (26-16) its second win over the Grizzlies this season. West led the Pacers with 14 points, with Hill's 13 points barely offsetting his eight tu...
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