Paul George and the Central Division-leading Indiana Pacers aren't thrilled with their latest performance.
At least it came in a win, which is something that has eluded the Boston Celtics over the last week.
Coming off one of their worst shooting performances of the season, the Pacers try for a rare road win in Boston on Friday night while sending the Celtics to a fifth straight loss.
Indiana (19-13) is atop the division thanks to a 9-2 run that continued with Wednesday's 89-81 victory over Washington. George's 29 points and 14 rebounds were key to the Pacers overcoming their 37.7 percent shooting in order to beat the team with the NBA's worst record.
"We didn't do a good enough job executing," said George, who made 9 of 19 from the field. "Luckily, we made enough shots to win, but we didn't do a good job at all of executing. We play tough teams and that's not going to fly."
Indiana is about to find that out soon enough with Milwaukee, Miami and New York all ahead on the schedu...