May 11, 2014; Washington, DC, USA;Indiana Pacers forward Paul George (24) celebrates after making a three point shot during the first quarter against the Washington Wizards of game four of the second round of the 2014 NBA Playoffs at Verizon Center. Mandatory Credit: Tommy Gilligan-USA TODAY Sports

Pacers Take Commanding 3-1 Lead: Tweets of the Night

Verizon Center. GAME FOUR.


Here we go.

9-6 Pacers.

Gortat has committed multiple murders at the rim this series.

Hurry up with my damn croissants. 17-13 Pacers.

Nene blocked Hibbert at the rim. Gortat did earlier.

Trevor Ariza is super hot fire.

Drew Gooden blocked him twice out of bounds.

Thank you Jalen Rose for the reference.

End of the first.


Al Harrington and Drew Gooden are playing crucial minutes in a playoff game. 30-27 Wiz.

Al Harrington/Drew Gooden front-court in.


Nice find. I never understood the “Wiz are a young and upcoming team” narrative. John Wall and Bradley Beal are young but the roster is filled with vets.

Scola and Turner gotta go.

38-29 Wiz.

Lance. Wet.

Stat update.

Let Lance live. 48-34 Wiz.

Indiana’s bench is yuck.

Hopefully tacos. 50-38 Wiz. 1:07 left.

John Wall just did a crazy fast break thing that I can’t explain to end the half. 55-38 Wiz.


I laughed. I also got starbursts at the half.


That mid-range.

PG has been accurate from distance. 62-49 Wiz.

C’mon son.

Roy finishes at the rim. A lot of boards tonight. It’s at 8.

Hibbert is bullying Gortat now. 8 points, 8 boards.

Official update.



I want some nasty! 72-71 Wiz at the end of the third.


Zero minutes from him tonight.

Ya gotta go.

Get ‘em.


Lowe alert. 80-74 Wiz.

True. Hibbert hasn’t gotten any verticality calls today.

Two bench points.

Point guard David West leads the break and finds Paul George for an open three.


7-of-9 from three.

He reached his average of twelve falls per game.

Paul George is fouled by Trevor Ariza. 89-88 Wiz. 2:24 left.

Let ‘em know.

Neigh Neigh block.

I was wondering where he was. 92-91 Pacers. 1:24 left.

More PG love.

He’s smiling, too. 94-91 Pacers.

You’re missing a good one.


Pacers just looked like a team that never practiced a late game situation.

Arnovitz alert.

Lance giving out free cookies to the Wizards.


Pacers win 95-92








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