Fact or Fiction from the Indiana Pacers' NBA Playoff Performance So Far

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Fact or Fiction from the Indiana Pacers' NBA Playoff Performance So Far
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Paul George and the Indiana Pacers currently have a 1-0 lead against the New York Knicks in the Eastern Conference semi-finals.

The Indiana Pacers' performance in the 2013 NBA playoffs comes with issues that can be labeled either fact or fiction.

After dispatching the Atlanta Hawks in six games, the Pacers moved on to the Eastern Conference semifinals, where they currently lead playoff rivals the New York Knicks 1-0.

The road to the NBA Finals has been anything but easy for the young Pacers. The series with Atlanta was no cakewalk in spite of the Hawks missing two key players, Lou Williams and Zaza Pachulia.

On the other hand, expect the series with the Knicks to be a grudge match of two franchises who are meeting each other in the playoffs for the first time since 2000.

At this point in time, Indiana could use a reality check to help it go deeper into the postseason.

Has Roy Hibbert's value become more evident as the playoffs wear on? 

Is Paul George the next playoff savior of the Indiana Pacers?

These, and other takeaways from their current playoff performance, are going to be classified as mere fiction or absolute fact.  

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