Pacers vs. Hawks Game 3: Live Score, Highlights and Analysis
The Pacers shoot just 27.2% on the night as they fall to the Hawks in Atlanta, 90-69. Al Horford recorded playoff career highs in points (26) and rebounds (16).
The Pacers shoot just 27.2% on the night as they're blown out by the Hawks.
Gerald Green hits the triple.
With six minutes to play and down 20, Vogel has pulled the starters. Game 4 is on Monday.— Scott Agness (@ScottAgness) April 28, 2013
Al Horford's 15 boards is a career playoff high.
Jeff Teague finishes at the rim and draws the foul. He'd miss the free throw.
Atlanta calls timeout up 18.
It was about this time when the Pacers came from 20 points down to beat the Cavs earlier this month. I don't see that happening tonight, tho— Mike Wells (@MikeWellsNBA) April 28, 2013
Indy's atrocious shooting chart for tonight.
Atlanta 77, Pacers 53. With a chance to seize complete control of this series, Indy's had its worst offensive performance of the season.— Chris Goff (@Pacers_Chants) April 28, 2013
Horford tips in the Teague miss before we head to our last official timeout.
Ivan Johnson just asked coach Larry Drew to let him foul out. Drew took him.— Mike Wells (@MikeWellsNBA) April 28, 2013
Josh Smith checks back into the game for Ivan Johnson.
Said it earlier this season, but still waiting for Ivan Johnson to snatch a rebound and take a bite out of the ball.— Lang Whitaker (@langwhitaker) April 28, 2013
Indy is shooting 29 percent from the field. Regression to the mean, much?— Chris Goff (@Pacers_Chants) April 28, 2013
The third quarter comes to a close and it's still the Hawks' game to lose.
Kyle Korver hits his second three of the game to put the Hawks up 71-46.
Paul George and David West have combined for 28 points so far.
Hawks still lead 66-46 with 3:51 left in the third, but the pace has slowed to a crawl. Alot of fouls.— Raj Prashad (@RajPrashad) April 28, 2013
Al Horford bangs inside and finishes with the soft hands to put the Hawks up 24.
Pacers can cut it to a seven-possession game here.— Dime Update (@DimeUpdate) April 28, 2013
Harris now matched on George with Smith out of the game— Peachtree Hoops (@peachtreehoops) April 28, 2013
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