With a little over a minute left, the Indiana Pacers were clinging to a four-point lead in Monday's game against the Los Angeles Lakers. That's when Paul George put the team on his back, consistently getting past Kobe Bryant and scoring seven of his 21 points in the remaining 71 seconds. After the contest, George was asked by a reporter how he was able to get past Bryant in the final minute and his response was just cold-blooded.
Wow, George. Way to hit a man when he's down... and up there in (basketball) years.
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[via Jared Wade]