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The Pacers give the Bulls a double dose of George (VIDEO)

Feb 4, 2013, 10:26 PM EDT

Pacers' Hill slaps hands George during their NBA basketball game against the Chicago Bulls in Indianapolis

How sure are we that Bulls-Pacers wasn’t played in Bizarro world? Indiana’s 111-101 victory over the Bulls isn’t necessarily strange, but the whole breaking 100 points thing has happened just eight times in regulation this year for the Pacers. The Pacers hadn’t even cracked the 105 mark in regulation before tonight, but they managed to do that and more against the Bulls, who just so happen to have one of the league’s most dominant defenses. Pretty impressive, huh?

But wait, that’s not all! For the price of one George highlight, we’ll throw in a bonus George highlight — for absolutely free! By George, I do declare that a bargain. Here’s Paul George dropping a sweet pass to George Hill, and then Hill returning the favor for a nasty dunk.

  1. asublimeday - Feb 5, 2013 at 1:28 AM

    If you believe the pacers are in a better spot than the bulls right now, you’re excited at this article.

    And stupid.

    • davidly - Feb 5, 2013 at 7:00 AM

      And you’re a sports’ forum clichè.

      And a typical ‘tard troll.

  2. drago2012 - Feb 5, 2013 at 6:20 PM

    As far as the Bulls are concerned the Indiana Pacers are just a small bump in the road to their final destination!!! Last night they had a out of body experience in their shooting. They will go another 50 games before the score that high. They are a very slow team and will get slower in the playoffs. D ROSE will go ricochet rabbit on them in the playoffs. They will only be known as an opponent as the playoffs near!!!

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