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    Eight Points Nine Seconds:
    Tim Donahue: The Pacers’ Ugly Side

    There are a lot of things to like about Frank Vogel’s Pacers. Since the young coach took
    over as head coach in 2011, Indiana has won 60% of their regular season game and
    provided some playoff excitement. They’ve established a physical, defensive identity
    for which the fans clamored.

    But they have an ugly side, and it was on display last night.


    That, right there, is the game – the meaningful part – in all its gory detail. For the first
    2-1/2 minutes of the game, the Pacers looked sharp, hitting four of their six shots and
    jumping out to an 8-1 lead. Then, the next 15-1/2 minutes happened.

    From the 9:33 mark of the first quarter to just about the midway mark of the second,
    the Atlanta Hawks outscored the Pacers 42-10 to -for all intents and purposes – win
    game three of the first round series. How bad was it? The Hawks scored more points
    off turnovers (11) than the Pacers scored off…well…anything (10) during the stretch.

    Seasoned observers of the Pacers could probably see what was coming by sometime
    around the middle of the first quarter. The game was still tied, but Indiana was
    missing bunnies and looked completely lost offensively. By the end of a 27-14 1st
    quarter, most Pacer fans had to know that they had seen this game before. There was
    still the possibility that they’d reel the Hawks in before halftime, but I wasn’t expecting
    it.

    This was another one of those games where the Pacers were expecting the other team
    to lose.

    It has happened more than anyone would care to admit this season. Games against
    Toronto, Charlotte, and Washington come to mind as examples. This phenomenon
    manifested early – when the Pacers were banking on weak opponents to get them
    through Danny’s injury. It manifested late – when they fell behind by at least 20 in
    each of their final six games – and David West said, ” I thought we maybe let our
    guard down, when we got back off that West Coast trip, and we were kind of reeling
    from there.”

    And it manifested again...CONTINUE READING AT 8p9s


    Peachtree Hoops:
    Robby Kalland: Big Lineup. Big Payoff. The Hawks steamroll the Pacers

    The Hawks went with their big lineup for Game 3 and dominated the Pacers 90-69 to
    earn their first victory of the series. Al Horford led the way for Atlanta with 26 points
    and 16 rebounds.


    The Hawks never took the Pacers to the point of even worry about the outcome of the
    two games and now the series comes to Atlanta (Saturday, 7pm EST, ESPN) where the
    series really begins.

    Head coach Larry Drew decided to switch things up prior to Game 3 and started a big
    lineup of Jeff Teague, Devin Harris, Josh Smith, Al Horford, and Johan Petro. They got
    out to a rocky start falling behind 8-1 two minutes into the game, but proceeded to go
    on a 53-22 run to end the first half with a 24 point lead. By going big, Atlanta was able
    to have Josh Smith guard Paul George. Smith's length forced George to be more of a
    jump shooter, and George struggled to knock down his shots going 4-of-11 from the
    field on his way to an inefficient 16 points and nine rebounds.

    "I was just trying to get a body on him," said Smith. "Knowing and understanding that
    he is the focal point of the offense on the perimeter and try to stay engaged [on him]
    and try to be elusive as far as pindowns and pick-and-rolls are concerned. Basically
    just keep a body on him, and that was pretty much the gameplan."

    On the offensive end Smith had a big advantage on George in the post, and the Hawks
    exploited that throughout the game. Smith had 14 points on 6-of-13 shooting, but he
    forced help defenders to come over and was able to pass out of the double to create
    looks for others with six assists.

    Al Horford was the star of the game, recording playoff career highs with 26 points and
    16 rebounds. Al credited playing more aggressive to the reason for the uptick in his
    production.

    "I was just being aggressive, playing with a lot of energy," said Horford. "My
    teammates did a good job time and time again of getting me easy baskets. They were
    finding me whether it was off help or drive and kick. Defensively, I just wanted to set
    the tone and be more aggressive. I go out there with that same mindset every game.
    Tonight I had to step up and make some plays on the offensive end."

    Horford started the game...CONTINUE READING AT PEACHTREE HOOPS


    Hang Time Blog:
    Sekou Smith: Pacers Returning to Normal for Game 4?

    The Sunday afternoon film session wasn’t necessary. The Indiana Pacers knew they’d
    departed from normal in their Game 3 loss to the Atlanta Hawks in real-time, as they
    were being pushed around the floor at Philips Arena.

    The film session only reinforced what they already knew, what everyone watching knew
    by halftime of Game 3; the Pacers let the Hawks off the mat and fumbled their chance
    to put a stranglehold on this series.

    The Hawks had plenty do with it, of course. They came home and used some timely
    adjustments and some home-crowd energy to get back into the series. But the Pacers
    were awful generous for a team that has designs on a deep playoff run. They offered
    little resistance once the Hawks opened up a big lead, trailing by as many as 28 points
    after halftime and never getting closer than 18.

    Again, you don’t need a film session to know that you’ll be receiving two thumbs down
    for a performance like that.

    “It would have been understandable if we tried to do the things that we do and they just
    took us out of it,” Pacers All-Star swingman Paul George said. “We created all the
    mistakes. We didn’t come in ready to play. And the tape told it all. We did it. We didn’t
    come out ready to play.”

    For a team that crawls into the playoffs that might be an acceptable excuse. But not for
    the No. 3 seed. Not with a 2-0 lead in the series and nothing but opportunity ahead of
    them. That’s what makes tonight’s Game 4 (7:30 p.m. ET, NBA TV) so unbelievably
    crucial for a Pacers team that has failed in 12 straight tries to win in Atlanta.

    They cannot afford to “give” the Hawks any more life if they expect things to go as
    planned. George cannot allow Josh Smith to bottle him up in Game 4 the way he did in
    Game 3. Roy Hibbert has to chase away whatever Atlanta demons have plagued him
    over the years and dominate in the paint. David West, the Pacers’ leader and emotional
    backbone, cannot allow himself to get caught up in the swirl of foolishness that he did,
    throwing Al Horford to the ground and earning a Flagrant 1 foul before halftime. And the
    Pacers cannot be as careless with the basketball tonight as they were Saturday night,
    when plenty of their 22 turnovers helped fuel a 42-10 Hawks first half run that decided
    the game.

    “That was probably the most disappointing thing, watching the video,” West said of all
    the unnecessary miscues. “Just being out of sync, not putting the ball where guys
    wanted the ball, the simple careless stuff. Again, stuff that we’re not going to overreact
    to that stuff, but we do know it’s of the utmost importance that we take care of the
    basketball if we want to win this series.”

    The Hawks (14.3) and Pacers (14.5) ranked 21st and 22nd, respectively, in turnovers
    during the regular season. So for the Pacers to be as careless as they were was
    startling and even more pronounced...CONTINUE READING AT HANG TIME


    Bleacher Report:
    Jared Wade: Clutch Statistics of 2013 NBA Playoffs' Go-To Scorers

    The three-point shot was so irrelevant during its first year in the NBA that the Los Angeles
    Lakers made just three shots from behind the arc on their way to a title in 1980. Rookie
    Magic Johnson was their sharpshooter, making two of his eight long-range attempts during
    his team's 16-game playoff run. Norm Nixon hit the other one, but he missed his five other
    long-range tries.

    Yes, they won the title while playing 16 playoff games and making just three three-pointers.
    That is fewer than one every five games. On the 82-game season, that Lakers team made
    just 20-of-100 attempts from deep.

    When Kobe Bryant ruptured his Achilles tendon, the NBA lost its most prolific clutch scorer
    from the 2012-13 regular season.

    In the final two minutes of close games (teams within five points of each other), nobody
    had more than Bryant's 91 points. There is no player in the league more eager to take the
    final shot—for better or worse—than Kobe.

    In the end of games, there is little room for error. The difference between immortality and
    going fishing can come down to one shot. Kevin Durant, who missed a potential game-tying
    shot
    in Game 2 of last year's NBA Finals knows that all too well.

    During the 2012-13 regular season, Durant was not himself at the end of games. He scored
    a lot, but he didn't do so efficiently.


    Ultimately, very few players shoot for a high percentage late in games. The opposing
    defenses are simply too locked in and typically know who is going to take the final shots
    down the stretch.

    Along with Durant, the players listed below are the top playoff-bound clutch scorers. By
    and large, they are the go-to players relied upon in close games.

    If they can outperform their peers, their teams are likely to advance. And if any of them
    can catch fire down the stretch—like Dirk Nowitzki did in 2011, hitting 9-of-13 shots in the
    clutch—they might just have the honor of hoisting the Larry O'Brien Trophy come June.

    Note: All stats and shot charts updated as of April 15 and courtesy of NBA.com.

    10. George Hill, 51 Points

    George Hill's 12-of-32 (37.5 percent) shooting from the field in the clutch this season
    hasn't been great, particularly since it has been so skewed by his awful 3-of-12 (25
    percent) shooting from behind the arc.

    While he definitely needs to work on his long-range accuracy in the postseason, Hill's 24-
    of-36 (66.7 percent) shooting from the free-throw line in the clutch this season has been
    atrocious. We're talking about a career 80.9 percent shooter from the line and a player
    who, until recently, was the Pacers' first option to take technical foul shots.

    Indiana has team-wide efficiency problems when it comes to scoring, so the last thing
    this team needs is one of its key end-of-game ball-handlers getting the yips during the
    playoffs.


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    We are going be pissed off, determined, and confident tonight. Pacers get the W and finish it off in game 5
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    First quarter has been a story teller so far. The team who wins the last 6 minutes of it has taken control of every game.

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    We are going be pissed off, determined, and confident tonight. Pacers get the W and finish it off in game 5
    I highly doubt we shoot as poorly as we did in game 3...

    And hopefully we can man up and beat them at our own physical game tonight... I'm looking at you PG and DWest!
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    I highly doubt we shoot as poorly as we did in game 3...

    And hopefully we can man up and beat them at our own physical game tonight... I'm looking at you PG and DWest!
    yeah that was just plain awful shooting. We settled for too many long shots. We have to help PG when Smith backs him down, because since Korver isn't in, they don't have great shooters out on the floor. West can take Horford off the dribble and Roy can take Petro
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    A team built to win by defense cannot have defensive rotations (there wasn't much rotation, I'm being generous) as bad as last game. No one wanted to help each other, everyone was giving each other these "who me?" looks. That made me as sick as our offense, which was mind-numbingly brutal. We have seen this team bounce back after tough situations all year, no reason to think we won't again.

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    I need a lot less Gerald Green tonight

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    First quarter has been a story teller so far. The team who wins the last 6 minutes of it has taken control of every game.
    ...and whoever wins the first 6 minutes loses control.

    Hawks started off well the first two, and we had a little run to start the last game.

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    The tenth most clutch player in the league needs to put some points on the board.

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    I don't want to have to win this series in 7, need to take this game or I think we'll end up with a everyone holds homecourt series. Hope the guys bring the intensity tonight.

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    David West needs to show me something here if I'm to continue to think fondly of him.

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    If Paul George is the ascending superstar many feel that he is, tonight is his time to put the team on his back and get a big W on the road.

    Also, we NEED D.West to show us something other than that scowl at the refs.

    They're the two best players on the team, they need to impose their will and get it done.

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    If Paul George is the ascending superstar many feel that he is, tonight is his time to put the team on his back and get a big W on the road.

    Also, we NEED D.West to show us something other than that scowl at the refs.

    They're the two best players on the team, they need to impose their will and get it done.
    That's why we won games 1 and 2 with his play
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    First quarter has been a story teller so far. The team who wins the last 6 minutes of it has taken control of every game.
    Do you mean which Team is leading at the end of the 1st QTR wins the game?

    or

    Do you mean which Team scores the most points in the last 6 minutes of the 1st QTR wins the game?
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    Needless to say, I expect much better from the last horror show. I also expect the players to be really pissed off and determined more than ever to get the W.

    Patiently move the ball, feed our post players and no ****** rushed off balance shots.
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    the last game looked like a blooper reel. TH50's pass through DWest's legs summed it up. Hopefully they're more synchronized tonight, and take advantage of the opportunity to shorten this series.

    any suggestions on what Vogel can do to counter the Hawks lineup change?

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    Gotta step up the D. Hawks have shot 50%+ every game this series. That just can't continue.
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    Let's see if PG can take Smith from the perimeter.
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    the last game looked like a blooper reel. TH50's pass through DWest's legs summed it up. Hopefully they're more synchronized tonight, and take advantage of the opportunity to shorten this series.

    any suggestions on what Vogel can do to counter the Hawks lineup change?
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    two quick buckets for Roy. how bout not going away from him this time.

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