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2011-12 Indiana Pacers Replay
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Feb. 22nd - Game 33 - Time Warner Cable Arena
PACERS (21-12) 127, BOBCATS 123 (OT)

The Pacers had another cliffhanger against a bad team, but once again came out on top as Danny Granger had 33 points while David West added 23 points and a game high 13 rebounds, and Paul George chipped in 16, as the Blue & Gold won their fourth straight game. Rebounding was another reason why Indy won, as they won the battle of the boards 52-36. Seven Bobcats scored in double figures, led by D.J. Augustin with 22 points and 9 assists. The 'Cats bench outscored the Pacer reserves 65-41, as not only 4 players were in double figures for Charlotte, but they had big contributions from Derrick Brown (17 points), D.J. White (16 points on 7-of-7 shooting) and Kemba Walker (16/5/4).

INDIANA
Hibbert 8/5/5, Granger 33/6/1, Collison 6/4/6, George 16/6/2, West 23/13/3, Fitzpatrick 6/7/0, Jones 4/3/0, Hill 6/1/6, Barbosa 12/2/1, Hansbrough 13/5/0.

CHARLOTTE
Thomas 2/2/0, Williams 14/6/4, Augustin 22/0/9, Maggette 17/2/1, Biyombo 3/7/1, White 16/4/2, Carroll 11/0/2, Walker 14/5/4, Brown 17/4/0, Mullens 5/4/0, Henderson 2/2/1.

We not only have reached the half-way point of this replay, but also the All-Star break. Up next: the Pacers return to action on Feb. 28th when they host the Golden State Warriors at Bankers Life Fieldhouse.

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Game 34 - Bankers Life Fieldhouse - Feb. 28th

PACERS (22-14) 100, WARRIORS 87

Danny Granger had 22 points and 8 rebounds while David West tallied 17 as Indiana overcame a slow start to knock off Golden State. Five Pacers were in double figures, with Leandro Barbosa scoring 13 points, Tyler Hansbrough netting 11 and Paul George with 10/7/5. The Blue & Gold had 6 players grab 5 or more rebounds, a big reason why Indy out-rebounded the Dubs 45-40. Stephen Curry had a big night for the Warriors with 26 points, 7 rebounds and 6 assists while they had bench help from Jeremy Tyler (16 points, 6 rebounds) and Nate Robinson (15 points).

PACERS
West 17-5-2, George 10-7-5, Collison 4-2-7, Granger 22-8-3, Hibbert 8-7-0, Hansbrough 11-5-1, Barbosa 13-0-1, Hill 7-3-1, Jones 5-2-2, Fitzpatrick 3-6-1.

WARRIORS LEADERS:

Points - Curry, 26
Rebounds - Curry, 7
Assists - Curry, 6.

The Pacers begin March with a 5 game winning streak. Up next: they take on the New Orleans Hornets, March 3rd at New Orleans Arena.

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Game 35 - New Orleans Arena - March 3rd

INDIANA (23-14) 103, NEW ORLEANS 102

Despite 23 points and a career high 18 assists by the Hornets' Jarrett Jack, the Pacers edged New Orleans as Danny Granger had 25 points and 5 rebounds, and David West poured in 22 points and 7 boards. Indiana shot 50% from the floor (43-86), despite going 3-12 from long distance, but they out-rebounded the Hornets 45-40 as six players grabbed at least 5 rebounds, led by Roy Hibbert with 9. Besides Jack's outstanding performance, Marco Belinelli and Xavier Henry each had 18 while Carl Landry had 12 points and 9 rebounds for New Orleans.

PACERS
Hibbert 4/9/4, Granger 25/5/4, Collison 12/3/6, George 8/5/4, West 22/7/2, Fitzpatrick 1/7/1, Jones 6/3/0, Hill 9/0/2, Barbosa 4/1/2, Hansbrough 12/5/0.

HORNETS LEADERS:

Points - Jack, 23
Rebounds - Landry, 9
Assists - Jack, 18.

The Pacers put their 6-game winning streak on the line as they take on the Chicago Bulls, March 5th at the United Center.

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Game 36 - United Center - March 5th

CHICAGO 99, INDIANA (23-15) 81

Derrick Rose (25 points, 13 assists) and Carlos Boozer (22 points, 10 rebounds) each recorded double-doubles while Luol Deng had 21 points and 7 rebounds as the Bulls ended the Pacers' 6-game winning streak in a big way. The Blue & Gold were no match for Chicago in rebounding, as five players grabbed at least 5 rebounds. Chicago's stingy defense held Indy to 81 points, 43% field goals, and 1-for-9 in 3-pointers. David West led Indiana with 20 points, while Danny Granger added 17 points and 7 boards, and Darren Collison chipped in 14, plus Roy Hibbert grabbed 10 rebounds, but did not score a point.

PACERS
Hibbert 0/10/3, Granger 17/7/1, Collison 14/1/5, George 4/2/5, West 20/6/1, Fitzpatrick 4/6/1, Jones 2/2/2, Price 5/3/2, Hill 0/1/2, Hansbrough 11/4/0.

BULLS LEADERS

Points - Rose, 25
Rebounds - Boozer, 10
Assists - Rose, 13.

The Pacers hit the court again as they host the Atlanta Hawks, March 6th at Bankers Life Fieldhouse.

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