May 26, 2014; Miami, FL, USA; Indiana Pacers forward Paul George (24) reacts during a break against the Miami Heat in game four of the Eastern Conference Finals of the 2014 NBA Playoffs at American Airlines Arena. The Heat won 102-90. Mandatory Credit: Steve Mitchell-USA TODAY Sports

Paul George Says Indiana Pacers Outplayed Miami Heat, LeBron Checks Stat Sheet

The Indiana Pacers outplayed the Miami Heat in Game 4 of the Eastern Conference Finals, at least according to Paul George they did. It’s flabbergasting that a man who was literally in the game has not firm grasp on just ho wit turned out, but maybe that concussion is still lingering for George as he couldn’t have been more foolish in his postgame press conference following the Heat’s utter destruction of the Pacers.

George noted that the Heat were outplayed on the stat sheet by the Pacers and that the game was won at the free throw line. Granted, the Heat went to the free throw line plenty of times in Game 4 but there were plenty of things wrong with what the Pacers did that caused the loss.

In what is already a classic LeBron James moment, when told about George’s comments, he promptly studied the stat sheet and dropped some knowledge on us all.

Miami dominated the Pacers and that was apparent again in Game 4 on Monday night. While the Pacers seem pretty good at talking off the court, they don’t seem so adept at talking with their game while on it and that is being reflected in their defeat in the Conference Finals and their eventual exit either in Game 5 or Game 6 this week.

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