May 3, 2014; Indianapolis, IN, USA; Indiana Pacers center Roy Hibbert (55) keep the ball away from Atlanta Hawks forward DeMarre Carroll (5) during the first quarter of game seven of the first round of the 2014 NBA Playoffs at Bankers Life Fieldhouse. Mandatory Credit: Marc Lebryk-USA TODAY Sports

Pacers Beat Hawks 92-80: Tweets Of The Night

 

What happened during the final game of the Hawks and Pacers series? Live or re-live the game through these tweets.

1ST QUARTER

Here we go.

Stress is at an all-time high and the game hasn’t started.

Hibbert. Hibbert. Hibbert.

Likely.

First points for Indiana. 4-2 at this point.

12-7 Atlanta up.

James Harden is in Atlanta?

Paul George’s length. Holy.

Big Dawg has six points.

8 points!

Ha.

Small Ball.

I’m glad I don’t have a heavy rooting interest in one NBA team.

End of 1st.

2ND QUARTER

Cope hit a three. Spacing.

Korver four point play.

Antic is Kevin Garnett’s cousin?

“I’ma need you to explain this.”

Bourne.

Millsap is averaging 20 and 8 in the series.

I wouldn’t mind it.

Live from the Fieldhouse.

Is this a dream?

Crowd chants flopper.

IAN MAHINMI OH MY GOD. WHAT A BLOCK.

I’m still eating smothered chicken though. The half.

HALFTIME

I’m not used to someone on the TNT set sounding smart.

WHOA.

3RD QUARTER

Lance letting it loose. And-1 Mixtape pass.

Didn’t notice this.

Atlanta passing up open three-point shots.

57-43, Pacers.

2-15 from the field for Atlanta at this point.

He fell and looked clumsy but just hit another in the paint.

68-58. Mack is bringing that flavor in ya ear.

Here. We. Go. If you’re reading this now, you know the outcome of the game. Feel the suspense.

4TH QUARTER

Tech on Lance. I’m pretty sure he got hit in the face. .

Yup.

November Paul George. Hitting mid-range shots and floaters while eating smothered chicken.

Angry West is in the building.

You know if they won or lost.

One of the best.

He’s dead.

13 points, 7 boards. 6-of-10 shooting.

John Wall is coming to town.

 

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