Indiana Pacers Even Series with Atlanta Hawks [PHOTOS]
April 23, 2014 12:16 PM EST
Indiana Pacers Even Series with Atlanta Hawks
It took a game and a half for the Indiana Pacers to get back their game.
After losing Game One, 101-93 and trailing, 48-52, Indiana finally turned up their defense in the third quarter limiting the Atlanta Hawks to just 13 points and running away with the 101-85 victory in Game Two of this best-of-seven series.
Paul George broke out of his slump with 27 points hitting 5 three-pointers and adding 10 rebounds, 6 assists and 4 steals. George Hill contributed 15 markers even as the David West/Roy Hibbert big man combo continued to bleed for points finishing with 14 points combined.
View the slideshow for more images from Game 2 of the Hawks-Pacers series.
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