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Well, no big surprise here. Paul George was quite vocal about his feelings after last night’s loss to the Miami Heat. He clearly wasn’t willing to take responsibility for his team’s struggles, so, the referees are a good enough scapegoat. Now, he’ll pay the price for his words. The NBA has fined Paul George $25,000 for public criticism of the officiating. — Candace Buckner (@CandaceDBuckner) May 27, 2014 George’s comments about “home cooking,” and other remarks about the Heat attempting 34 free throws led to the fine. — Candace Buckner (@CandaceDBuckner) May 27, 2014 This is a perfect representation of Indiana’s struggles. They lose a game, and instead of looking at themselves in the mirror, the attention goes directly to something else. $25K will hurt PG’s pockets, but I’m sure an exit in the Eastern Conference Finals would hurt much more. It doesn’t seem like we’re very far away from that happening. @JrMarkyMark The post Paul George Fined $25,000 For Complaining About Officiating appeared first on Pass The Pill - Kings of Hoops.
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As if beating the Miami Heat three consecutive times to reach the NBA Finals isn’t enough for Paul George to deal with, the Indiana Pacers star reportedly is being sued by an ex-stripper.
New York Post reported that Daniela Rajic, 24, filed a paternity suit at Manhattan Family Court on Wednesday, claiming George is the father of her child. The child, Olivia, reportedly was born...
Indiana Pacers star forward Paul George blamed the free-throw disparity when citing reasons why his team lost Game 4 of the Eastern Conference final to the Miami Heat on Monday night.
He even suggested that Miami benefited from a little “home cooking.” His comments earned him a $25,000 fine from the NBA on Tuesday for criticizing the officials.
Paul George fined $25,000 for his...
NEW YORK (AP) -- The NBA fined Indiana Pacers forward Paul George $25,000 on Tuesday for his public criticism of the officiating in the Eastern Conference finals Game 4 loss to Miami.
Rod Thorn, the league's president of basketball operations, said George made his comments in the postgame news conference following the 102-90 loss to the Heat on Monday night.
Miami was 30 of 34...
With the Miami Heat leading by 20 points in the fourth quarter, Game 4 was practically over. Dwyane Wade added the cherry on top when he put a move on Paul George that left the Pacers’ star on the floor.
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Both Indiana and Miami have been jawing at each other throughout the series, but it was all ‘Heat’ in the fourth game of the Eastern Conference...
Via the postgame interview, after losing Game 4 to the Miami Heat with the score of 102-90, Paul George still had the confidence to suggest that the Pacers outplayed the Heat throughout the game.
“Looking at the stat sheet, we outplayed them [Heat],” said George. “We got to give them credit, they won this game at the free throw line. They were able to get to the line more than...
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Indiana Pacers star Paul George may be facing more heat off the court than he has in the Eastern Conference Finals as he has been hit with a paternity lawsuit by his ex-girlfriend, Daniela Rajic, a 24-year-old former stripper.
George and Rajic were involved in an affair back in 2013 while George was dating the daughter of...
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) -- Paul George scored 31 of his 37 points in the second half Wednesday night and almost single-handedly kept the Indiana Pacers alive in the Eastern Conference finals with a 93-90 victory over the Miami Heat.
The Pacers still trail 3-2 in the best-of-seven series. Game 6 will be played Friday night in Miami.
It took a frantic effort just to extend the series, even...
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Indiana Pacers star Paul George slapped with paternity suit from ex-stripper
The wheels are falling off for the Pacers now.
Paul George has been fined $25,000 for public criticism of the officiating after Game 4.
— Scott Agness (@ScottAgness) May 27, 2014
I have to ask Louis C.K. . . . . are we sure it wasn’t Paul George? Or Joe Crawford? On this week’s episode of Louie on FX, a devastating hurricane wiped through Florida and killed off LeBron James, the Miami Heat . . . and about 12 million others. They are clearly not important. Since I do not watch the show (hate away Internet), I do not quite know what the plot point was in...
Lance Stephenson has not exactly been quiet this series against the Miami Heat. He has made comments about Dwayne Wade’s injuries, saying he was trying to get his knees to ‘flare up.‘ Following Game 3, Stephenson had some comments about LeBron James’ trash talk, saying it was a ‘sign of weakness.’ This type of outspoken comments are one of the many things Stephenson...
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Indiana’s PAUL GEORGE finally showed his superstar form in Game 5 of the ECF, erupting for 21 of his game-high 37 points in the fourth quarter as the Pacers staved off elimination, 93-90 to force Game 6 vs. the Heat…
With LeBron James mired in foul trouble most...
First the league took $5,000 out of Lance Stephenson’s pocket and now they took $25,000 out of Paul George’s. Miami Heat outplayed the Pacers in game 4 and took a 3-1 lead in the...
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Let’s be honest: the Indiana Pacers should be on vacation right now. Despite being in an elimination game at home against the Heat, who were without Chris Andersen (again) and an “iffy” Ray Allen, the Pacers played horrible, stinky basketball for most of the first half. It was the type of embarrassing stuff we saw at times against the Hawks in round 1 and against the Wizards...