Found November 01, 2012 on Pacers Pulse:
I tell you what: I was ready to write about how it was a long season and that a road loss to the Raptors in the Pacers' season opener was not an alarm but a learning experience. Danny Granger is out indefinitely with a knee injury and George Hill is still recovering from hip and thumb injuries -- those were the excuses I was going to use (and not the fact that the Raptors flat out played harder for the majority of the game).But instead, David West entered "beast mode" and George Hill finished them off with a floater with 2 seconds left on the clock. Pacers claw back from an 8-point deficit with 4 minutes to go and win 90-88. Remarkable.MVP:Of course, it is veteran David West. I told you he was going to be in "beast mode" often this season and he absolutely was tonight. 25 points, including 14 in the fourth quarter alone during a stretch where the team went to him on every possession and he delivered on just about all of them, helping the Pacers rally all the ...
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