Found June 02, 2013 on
Early in the Indiana Pacers Game 6 win against the Miami Heat, Paul George showed his flying talents, yet again.
With a one minute and a half remaining in the first quarter, George drove right past Norris Cole and then had this posterizing dunk over Chris Bosh.
Still impressive even if this slam by George isn’t even his best in the series.
BEST OF MAXIM
Heat big men have to start getting out of the way when Paul George starts to elevate.
The Pacers star has now posterized Chris “Birdman” Andersen and Chris Bosh during the Eastern Conference Finals. George’s posterization of Bosh came on Saturday night during Indiana’s Game 6 win over Miami. (Side note: Do posters still even exist?)
George couldn’t be stopped in Game 6...
Chris Bosh was supposed to be one of the Big 3 in Miami. Bosh, himself, even went as far as to say he should be in the Hall of Fame back in January. That's all great and all. I mean, why not? Why shouldn't a top-tier athlete have that much much confidence in their game? They're supposed to be confident, right? Well, Bosh's confidence is fine, but his game needs some...
The Indiana Pacers forced a Game 7 last night, but the play of the game came when Paul George dunked on Chris Bosh.
Late in the 1st quarter George was on the fast break; he dribbled by Norris Cole and threw down a monstrous one hand jam on Chris Bosh. This is George’s 2nd big dunk of the conference finals, earlier in the series he dunked on Chris Anderson.
George is turning himself...
Chris Bosh gave the nation the creepiest moment of the 2013 Eastern Conference Finals, so now the memes have to creep on him a little bit.
GAME 7 DRAMA
Paul George had a message for Mario Chalmers after the Miami Heat guard tried flopping on him during Game 7 of the Eastern Conference finals. The Indiana Pacers forward was dribbling beyond the 3-point line and deciding what he would do. As he backed up into Chalmers, Chalmers flopped, giving George a wide open look. [...]
Bosh really seems like a nice guy, who just get caught making the funniest faces.
MIAMI -- Perhaps not as soon as next year, but Paul George vows to wrestle the MVP award away from LeBron James.Roy Hibbert, George's teammate on the Indiana Pacers, said after a Game 6 Eastern Conference finals win Saturday over the Miami Heat that George could be holding the trophy next year."He's the future," Hibbert said. "He has a chance to be MVP of this...
Indiana Pacers guard Paul George yells at the Miami Heat's Mario Chalmers to "stop flopping" during their Game 7 showdown in the Eastern Conference Finals.
Justin Bieber be tripping if he thinks that he’s going to pull this look off. If he’s a true baller then he’d be watching the Heat game in Ibiza with Rony Seikaly.
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Taken during Game 6 by a couple guys who snuck down courtside (full story via Deadspin). Riley is such a smug jag, anyone who can make him look like this is a hero. That’s why I’m nominating Chris Bosh for sainthood. 1 more 9-and-6 and Riles might commit a murder suicide.
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LeBron Fouled Out??!!?
Paul George put Chris Bosh on a poster with this insane dunk in transition late in the first quarter, but then LeBron James answered in a big way.
I love how the refs gave Indy ALL the calls - Heat 19 free throws, Pacers 18 free throws. The refs pretty much let them play and let a lot go on both ends. But the Heat are so used to lopsided officiating in their favor, they just can't handle when the officiating is somewhat even. And Celtics fans have to feel some measure of vindication when they read how much Heat...
Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh have combined for 17 career All-Star selections. They couldnt even combine for that many points Saturday night.
LeBron James lately has had to pick up extra slack from those who had been members of a Miami Heat Big Three. But nobody figured it could get as bad as it did at Bankers Life Fieldhouse.
James put up a game-high 29 points, but nobody else on...