Once again, Danny Granger comes thru. Not the best way either, but showing a smugness about him which was definitely not called for. I mean, when you shoot one for eight, and your head hasnt' been in the game much at all, because you're not hitting, not rebounding, not assisting other players, then how the heck can you have the attitude he showed when he blocked the shot? Oh, don't get me wrong, a great block. But that's about the only thing he'd done right to that point, and he knew he already had a technical, and there was an official standing right there. Come on Danny, get your head, and heart into the game. But, much to the Pacers' credit, the other players didn't give up, played as a team, and went on to victory. A great come from behind, when they had started so poorly. Sometimes, it seems like Vogel should pull the plug on some players earlier, if they arent' going to play the game the way he wants them to.Hibbert, tho' in foul trouble, played a good game and tried to keep the 'team' playing unselfishly, as did George Hill. Both played very admirably. I wish Paul George would develop the instinct to shoot that 3, when he's wide open, or slam the ball when he's in so close, instead of trying to do some fancy layup. But overall, a great team effort, minus of course, Granger's continued "me" ball effort.