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Are we happy with Gerald Green taking the final shot (In the 2nd Quarter)?

Indiana missed a chance in the closing seconds to take lead.

The Pacers decided to run a double screen for Paul George after he inbounded the ball to George Hill. George Hill held the ball until around 14 seconds left and Paul George set the play in motion as he ran by a double screen set by Hansbrough and Hibbert at the foul line.

Paul George took the pass and looked to penetrate, but was stopped by a pair of Raptor defenders. Once Paul George saw he was trapped and Hibbert wasn’t an option, the he passed it to Gerald Green, who had spent most of the play rotating around the entire floor.

The play’s success was marginal as a collision of the Raptors double team on Green ruined the fact that Toronto had managed to sniff out the play (DeMar DeRozan tried jumping the route, colliding with Kyle Lowry.). Green’s shot was too hard, but Green did make up on the other in with a block to leave the game tied 48-48 at the half.

We’ll keep an eye out to see if they run the high double screen play again.

See more: http://dorkballer.blogspot.com/

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