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2012-13 Indiana Pacers Replay: Blue Collar, Gold Swagger.
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Game 23 - 12/14/12 - Bankers Life Fieldhouse
PACERS (9-14) 112, 76ERS 99

The Pacers used a 42-24 run to put away Philadelphia as Paul George (27 points, 11 rebounds, 6 assists) and David West (18 points, 12 rebounds, 5 assists) each had double-doubles, and George Hill flirted with a triple-double with 21 points, 6 rebounds and 7 assists. The Sixers proved to be competitive for 3 quarters until the fateful final quarter, with Jrue Holiday recording his first career triple-double with 22 points, 10 rebounds and 12 assists while Thaddeus Young had 20 points and 9 rebounds. West and George did the dirty work, as they grabbed 23 of Indiana's 54 rebounds, but despite almost having 3 players with 10 rebounds (Lavoy Allen also grabbed 10), Philly had 42 total boards.

PHILADELPHIA
Hawes 15-5-4, Turner 7-4-8, Holiday 22-10-12, Richardson 9-3-2, T. Young 20-9-2, Allen 6-10-2, Wright 6-0-0, Pargo 0-1-2, N. Young 12-0-0, Moultrie 2-0-0.

INDIANA
West 18-12-5, Green 15-5-3, Hill 21-6-7, George 27-11-6, Hibbert 8-6-3, Hansbrough 13-5-1, Johnson 2-5-1, Augustin 0-0-1, S. Young 0-0-1, Fitzpatrick 8-4-0.

The Blue and Gold are on a winning streak! They look to make it 3 wins in a row when they take on the Detroit Pistons, December 15th at the Palace of Auburn Hills.

This is my first time I had a triple-double in Strat-o-Matic Basketball...I wonder how many others in this forum have recorded triple-doubles in their careers playing Strat Hoops?

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#24 - 12/15/12 - The Palace of Auburn Hills

Pacers (10-14) 100, Pistons 97

The Blue & Gold made it 3 in a row as Paul George was 2 assists away from a triple-double, and David West had 22/9/5 as they defeated Detroit 100-97. Indy out-rebounded the Pistons 49-40 thanks to Roy Hibbert's 11 rebounds, and they had more assists, too. Detroit had the lead going into the 4th, but a 24-16 final quarter did them in. Charlie Villanueva had 21 points, Brandon Knight added 18, Rodney Stuckey scored 17 and Jonas Jerebko hauled down 12 boards for the Pistons.

INDIANA
Hibbert 9-11-1, George 26-10-8, Hill 11-3-5, Green 10-2-2, West 22-9-5, Fitzpatrick 7-5-0, Young 0-2-0, Augustin 0-0-0, Johnson 7-5-3, Hansbrough 8-2-1.

DETROIT LEADERS
Points - Villanueva, 21
Rebounds - Jerebko, 12
Assists - Stuckey/Calderon, 5

The Bucks are next for the Pacers, as Indiana looks to make it 4 in a row, Dec. 18th at BMO Harris Bradley Center.

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#25 - Dec. 18th - BMO Harris Bradley Center

PACERS (11-14) 106, BUCKS 104

Paul George and David West had 25 points apiece, with George getting a double-double with 11 rebounds, as Indiana won their 4th straight contest as they won a close one over the Milwaukee Bucks on the road. Indy out-rebounded the Bucks 55-40, led by George's game high 11 rebounds, and the fact that 6 players had at least 5 rebounds or more. George Hill had 16 points while Gerald Green added 14 for the Blue & Gold. For the Bucks, Monta Ellis led all scorers with 32 points while Brandon Jennings scored 17, John Henson had 15 points and 7 rebounds and Ersan Ilyasova chipped in 14 points and 8 rebounds. Indiana won despite a disparity in 3-point shooting, as the Bucks were 9-for-18 from distance while the Pacers were 3-of-13 from deep.

INDIANA

Hibbert 7-10-2, George 25-11-5, Hill 16-5-1, Stephenson 0-4-3, West 25-7-4, Fitzpatrick 5-8-3, Green 14-0-1, Augustin 2-1-4, Young 4-6-5, Hansbrough 10-3-1.

MILWAUKEE'S LEADERS

Points - Ellis, 32
Rebounds - Ilyasova, 8
Assists - Jennings, 5

The Pacers will look to continue to keep their momentum as they host the Utah Jazz, Dec. 19th at Bankers Life Fieldhouse.

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#26 - Dec. 19th - Bankers Life Fieldhouse

PACERS 98 (12-14), JAZZ 72

The Pacers made it five straight wins thanks to a 79-53 scoring advantage by their starting five, with Paul George having 21/9/5, George Hill also having 21 points, while David West tallied 17 points and 9 rebounds, and Roy Hibbert recording 14 points and 10 rebounds as the Blue & Gold rolled past Utah. The Indy defense showed its true colors as they held the Jazz to 72 points and 37% shooting, with Utah's star center, Al jefferson, going 0-for-11 from the floor, despite a game high 11 rebounds. Paul Millsap had 18 points and 7 rebounds while Mo Williams also scored 18 for Utah.

INDIANA
West 17/9/3, Stephenson 6/6/6, Hill 21/2/3, George 21/9/5, Hibbert 14/10/2, Hansbrough 11/4/1, Young 0/3/1, Augustin 2/0/2, Green 2/1/0, Fitzpatrick 4/6/2.

UTAH'S LEADERS:

Points - Millsap/Mo Williams, 18
Rebounds - Jefferson, 11
Assists - Foye, 4

The Pacers look to keep the ball rolling as they take on the Cleveland Cavaliers, Dec. 21st at Quicken Loans Arena.

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Game 27 - Dec. 21st - Quicken Loans Arena

INDIANA        102 (13-14)

CLEVELAND     79

The Blue & Gold made it six straight, and 7 of their last 9 as they once again clobbered Cleveland.  This time three Pacers had 20+ points (Paul George and David West with 22, George Hill with 20), and they bullied the Cavs by out-rebounding the home team 71-38, as five players grabbed at least 9 rebounds.  George was the star of the game, with 22 points, 12 rebounds and 5 assists. Indiana's defense did a great job locking down Kyrie Irving, even though he had 18 points, he was only 4-for-22 from the floor. Also disappointing for Cleveland was their centers, who shot a combined 1-for-16 in field goals (Marreese Speights was 0-for-10 tonight).

PACERS

Hibbert 2/11/0

George 22/12/5

Hill 20/9/4

Stephenson 4/9/3

West 22/4/6

Fitzpatrick 4/9/4

Green 12/2/0

Augustin 8/2/3

Young 4/4/0

Hansbrough 2/7/0.

CAVALIERS LEADERS

Points: Irving, 18

Rebounds: Thompson, 7

Assists: Irving, 7.

The Pacers look to go to .500 for the first time this season in their next game, Dec. 22nd at New Orleans Arena against the Hornets.

 

 

 

 



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Game 28 - 12/22/12 - New Orleans Arena

PACERS 108 (14-14)
HORNETS 98

Paul George had 29 points while David West had 22 points and 10 rebounds, as Indiana won their 7th straight game, defeating New Orleans 108-98. Even though the margin was just 10 points, the Blue & Gold out-rebounded the Hornets 62-39, as six players grabbed at least 7 rebounds. The Pacers also shot well from the floor, making 52% of their field goals, even though they were 4-for-14 from 3-point range. For the Hornets, six players were in double figures, led by Anthony Davis with 19 points and 7 rebounds, and Greivis Vasquez had 13 points and 13 assists. New Orleans was 48% from the floor, but their 10-for-18 from beyond the arc kept them in the game.

INDIANA PACERS
Hibbert 5-8-3, George 29-9-3, Hill 12-7-6, Stephenson 6-7-5, West 22-10-2, Fitzpatrick 6-7-3, Green 13-0-1, Augustin 4-3-3, Young 2-4-0, Hansbrough 8-3-3.

NEW ORLEANS HORNETS LEADERS
Points: Davis, 19
Rebounds: Davis, 7
Assists: Vasquez, 13.

After a horrific 7-14 start, the Pacers have won 7 in a row, and now are at .500, with a record of 14-14. Up next: The Pacers will take five days off for the holidays, then return to action on Friday, December 28th, when the Phoenix Suns come to Bankers Life Fieldhouse.

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