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With about 1:39 left in the third quarter in Game 6, Indiana Pacers’ star Paul George had gotten annoyed at several Wizards’ fans in the crowd. Surprisingly, both sides exchanged words, while George headed to the bench for a breather.
When Paul George got to his seat, the star guard/forward immediately turned around and yelled at the fans again, shouting the words ‘I’ll beat yo’ ass’ at a few people. Not to mention P.G. was doing all the shouting in front of his head coach, Frank Vogel.
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While it was definitely hilarious, George should’ve been more worried about winning the game rather than the heckling crowd. His team was in the middle of trying to close out a series so his head should’ve’ been more focused on the game.
Nonetheless, the ‘jawing match‘ between George and the fans didn’t impact Game 6 as the Indiana Pacers managed to beat the Washington Wizards with the score of 93-80.
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The Washington Wizard’s season ended on Thursday night after losing to the Indiana Pacers in Game 6. As much as the Wizards got into the heads of the Pacers, it was two bros who probably did the most damage sitting near the front. The fans started jawing with Paul George near the end of the […]
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