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The home fans didn't disappoint:
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PG serenaded with boos in his return to Indy (via @ChrisHaganIndy) https://t.co/oMucrjZNy12017-12-14 00:14:38
George probably didn't mind, as he had the last laugh.
With 11 seconds remaining in the game and the Thunder ahead 98-95, George forced a turnover at midcourt before being fouled.
He drained both free throws, and then he celebrated by appearing to shush Indiana fans before the final horn cemented OKC's 100-95 win.
George tallied 12 points and five assists in the victory.