coinciding with trying to play up-tempo. The Indiana Pacers are in a similar situation after allowing 131, 110, and 123 in regulation their last three games. From a season-long perspective, Indiana has actually been solid defensively with the eighth-best efficiency (99.4) in the league. After a couple of
and two days off the Pacers play host to Miami tonight.
“We were terrible in transition, terrible with the fast break, terrible rebounding, guarding our own man, cuts …,” said George and it seemed as if he could go on.
“We were struggling in the Portland and Utah games, but I think Golden State really exposed those flaws we had defensively,” George said. “We were getting to the point where we felt like we figured it out (but) we always just have to continue to be students of the game.”