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Indiana Pacers vs. Atlanta Hawks Playoff Series Thread

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The Indiana Pacers led by All-Star Paul George will go up against the Paul Millsap led Atlanta Hawks. I don't expect much of a series but anything can happen. I predict Pacers in 4 or 5.

 

 

Starters:

Pacers                                                             Hawks            

PG: George Hill                                               PG: Jeff Teague

SG: Lance Stephenson                                   SG: Kyle Korver

SF: Paul George                                             SF: Cartier Martin

PF: David West                                               PF: Paul Millsap

C: Roy Hibbert                                                C: Pero Antic

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I hope ATL gets swept. Maybe after 3 straight losses the Hawks will just forfeit and go home early.

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Is no one watching this game?!?

The Hawks are giving the Pacers a game.

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Is no one watching this game?!?

The Hawks are giving the Pacers a game.

Burnt too many calories watching the GState game. Had to go get a sub or two. Just getting back now, gonna flip it on. Hawks look good or Pacers playing like the pacers as of late still?

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Burnt too many calories watching the GState game. Had to go get a sub or two. Just getting back now, gonna flip it on. Hawks look good or Pacers playing like the pacers as of late still?

Same Pacers team, starting to get kind of chippy though.

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Im not even watching I don't care for this game Im waiting for OKC MEM

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Ohhhhh Jeff Teague just shook Evan Turner and drained a three.

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