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Indy Cornrows May 26, 2016

Paul George adds more accolades to his résumé

Indiana's franchise star has been selected to the All-NBA Third Team and All-NBA Defensive Second Team. After being left out of the awards discussion last season due to injury, Paul George has, once again, made a name for himself. For the second time in his career, Indiana's franchise star was selected to the All-NBA Third Team, earning 28 Second Team votes and 73 Third Team votes. Along with George, LaMarcus Aldrdige of the San Antonio Spurs and Andre Drummond of the Detroit Pistons complete the Third Team's frontcourt, while Golden State's Klay Thompson and Toronto's Kyle Lowry make up...
Indy Cornrows May 18, 2016

Indiana Pacers 2015-16 Player Review: Paul George exceeded expectations

Paul George's dominance at the small forward position should have buried the notion he transition to the four spot. Will the team's coaching change resurrect it? Paul George's efforts to rehabilitate a compound leg fracture suffered in August of 2014 and recover from a calf strain incurred in the final game of the 2014-15 season were complicated over the summer by roster changes and the decision to transition from traditional to spread offense. The pronouncement that small-ball would be the Pacers' new approach to combating the team's offensive woes brought with it...
Indy Cornrows May 2, 2016

NBA Playoffs: Pacers comeback falls short in Game 7 loss to Raptors

Indiana fell in Game 7 to Toronto 89-84, but not before staging a 17-4 run that gave them every opportunity to steal the win. The Pacers' offseason begins after a 26 point performance from Paul George. Despite the final run that nearly gave the Indiana Pacers an impressive come-from-behind win over the Toronto Raptors, it was the first 40 minutes that showed how far away they really were. With their season on the line, the Pacers were a step slow all night, falling behind by as many as 16 in the fourth quarter. Indiana got to that deficit by struggling on the glass, in a huge way. Indiana...
Indy Cornrows May 1, 2016

NBA Playoffs final score: Pacers eliminated by Raptors 89-84

Indiana used a 17-4 run to pull within three late, but fell short to Toronto in the final seconds, losing 4-3 in the first round. Paul George had 26 for the Pacers. A fourth quarter comeback fell short for the Indiana Pacers, falling 89-84 to the Toronto Raptors in Game 7. Indiana trailed by as many as 16 in the fourth, but continued to chip away, climbing to within three late. But missed opportunities cost Indiana down the stretch as they see a first round exit as the 7th seed. Paul George led Indiana with 26 points with George Hill scoring 19. The Pacers were killed on the glass, allowing...

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