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    Any one just watch PG scaring us about condition of his knee? He should let the professionals handle the comedy!!!

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    Paul George just trolled us and the media......question from the media: "pacers fans kind of held their breath when you went down so how is that knee/leg holding up?"....Paul: **sigh** "I think i'll be out for the y.....nah i'm just playing i'll be ready to go for Boston"....this guy

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    The Knicks are 3-8 and are about to hit a rough stretch of games. Good for them and their payroll.
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    No way we should have won that game, I still can't even believe it.

    This team can be so good, but they can be incredibly frustrating to watch sometimes. They didn't play like a team until OT tonight, hopefully they recognize that and get back to being the 5 starters that wanted to be interviewed together.

    Also, Hibbert really needs the ball more. If he starts getting his touches, its only going to make life easier for PG on the perimeter.

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    Paul George just trolled us and the media......question from the media: "pacers fans kind of held their breath when you went down so how is that knee/leg holding up?"....Paul: **sigh** "I think i'll be out for the y.....nah i'm just playing i'll be ready to go for Boston"....this guy
    LOL didn't see that one. Hope there's an uploaded video of that.

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    The Knicks are 3-8 and are about to hit a rough stretch of games. Good for them and their payroll.
    Funny thing is Brooklyn is in the same 3-8 hole after the loss against the Bobcats today. And also in the same massive payroll hole.

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    Paul George was a superstar tonight. His midrange game is huge. You can tell he has worked on his balance.
    Yep, balance and footwork. He does a great job of squaring his body to the basket and jumping straight up when he shoots. That's incredibly hard to do off the dribble, and he's making it look easy.

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    The Knicks are 3-8 and are about to hit a rough stretch of games. Good for them and their payroll.
    They have good partners in crime next door in brooklyn.
    "We've got to be very clear about this. We don't want our players hanging around with murderers," said Larry Bird, Pacers president.

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    top 2 teams in the league in payroll a combined 6 wins, excuse me while I laugh

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    I never thought Paul would get to the level he's at now. The consistency is elite. I feel every game that he will come out and deliver. Only a handful of guys in the league meet that description. We have one.

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    If Rick Carlisle was coaching the Knicks I bet they have a better record. He can figure a way to make mismatched parts work. That said, what a weird combination of players the Knicks have.
    "We've got to be very clear about this. We don't want our players hanging around with murderers," said Larry Bird, Pacers president.

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    Yep, balance and footwork. He does a great job of squaring his body to the basket and jumping straight up when he shoots. That's incredibly hard to do off the dribble, and he's making it look easy.
    Quin describes it perfectly. Makes the athletic play look unathletic. At his size I'd say only Lebron is more freakish.
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    We got the win and that's what matters in the end. Sure it wasn't pretty and it was extremely frustrating but we got the result.

    PG's mid range shot can be so sweet. All in all another elite performance by him on another second half of a game.

    PS: is it me or Melo got a ton of offensive rebounds?
    Also, don't know if it was mentioned on the game thread but Udrih travelled on that freaky 3. Last replay they showed afterwards clearly shows him moving the pivot foot. Not that it matters now but still.
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    So my boy Paul George is gonna be ok?

    Scared the **** out of me when he went down
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    So my boy Paul George is gonna be ok?

    Scared the **** out of me when he went down
    Scared me more when they were testing out his knee..

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    I never thought Paul would get to the level he's at now. The consistency is elite. I feel every game that he will come out and deliver. Only a handful of guys in the league meet that description. We have one.
    Paul has some Kobe moves going. He's already the best Pacer in history, including ABA. You look at his defense. His offense. He is the complete package.

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    Paul has some Kobe moves going. He's already the best Pacer in history, including ABA. You look at his defense. His offense. He is the complete package.
    You sure you can make that assertion already?
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    This team "flipped the switch" tonight. You could just tell when they turned it on in the fourth quarter. Not just PG, but everyone looked a step quicker, played a tad harder, and you could just feel like they thought they had control of the game. Confident bunch. That was a big win.

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    The Paul George we saw in the 4th quarter/OT tonight gave the type of performance reserved for LeBron, Kobe, Durant, Melo on a good day, Pierce in his prime and a very few others in the last decade.

    Freaky good. We're damn lucky to have this young man on our team.

    For the first time in a LONG time, I feel that way about everyone on our roster!


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    Also, is 26 Paul's highest shot attempts in a game? Plus OT. In any case I feel very comfortable with Paul taking that many in a gun fight and us winning. Hopefully that remains true through the season.

    I mean look at the box score tonight. It was an old fashion show down between two of the highest level talents playing the game today. Carmelo finally realized his savage post work translates to 18 boards and Paul George does everything but sell popcorn to the fans. To top it off PG goes video game in winning time and we snatch victory from the claws of defeat at MSG.

    God. I love this team.
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    PS: is it me or Melo got a ton of offensive rebounds?
    It isn't you. Melo got 9 rebounds tonight. He played like a warrior on the boards and completely outmuscled PG several times. Thankfully, PG was incredibly clutch and still played great D despite losing the rebounding battle.
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    everytime george hill misses a free throw it's because he hates children and doesn't want them to have backpacks

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    everytime george hill misses a free throw it's because he hates children and doesn't want them to have backpacks
    But why must he decide to only miss them in crunch time?
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    he hates the childrens that much

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    Quin describes it perfectly. Makes the athletic play look unathletic. At his size I'd say only Lebron is more freakish.
    Kevin Durant, Blake Griffin (height wise the same size), and a few others are more freakishly athletic than Paul.

    But he is certainly one of the smoothest players in the league

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