Paul George gave it his all Tuesday night against the Timberwolves, scoring 37 points, rebounding seven balls and coming away with four steals. The effort wasn’t enough against a Timberwolves team that, let’s face it, isn’t that great.
Not only did the Pacers lose, but they lost a close game (115-114) despite having a decent lead late in the fourth quarter. They also had the home-court advantage, which was just another factor that played into George’s frustration afterward.
“At this point in the season, you don’t have games like this, being up four with under a minute and letting an opponent come in and beat you, especially a young team,” George Cheap Dolphins Jerseys told reporters after the game. “You don’t give that up. It’s a very frustrating loss.”
The Mavericks entered the game last in the NBA in scoring (98.4 points per game) and they didn’t help their stats in an ugly 100-78 loss to the Raptors in Toronto. Dallas scored Cheap Eagles Jerseys only 12 points in the fourth quarter, and 32 total points in the second half.
Trail Blazers (29-36) at Pelicans (26-40), 8 p.m. ET The Blazers’ high-scoring backcourt of Damian Lillard and CJ McCollum have powered the team to five wins in six games as they fight to reach the eighth spot in the West. The Pelicans are heading in the opposite direction, having lost six of nine games since adding DeMarcus Cousins in a trade at the All-Star break.