Pacers Links: Paul George, Lance Stephenson pushing Pacers to dominate opponents

Brad Penner-USA TODAY Sports

The Pacers have cruised past their last three opponents thanks to an outburst of excellence from their young wing players.

Oops! They did it, again!

The Pacers' dynamic duo of Paul George and Lance Stephenson each dropped 26 points on the Brooklyn Nets, teaming up for the third game in a row, to help the Pacers blow out an opponent in entertaining fashion. The players are enjoying the ride so much they were left with nothing to bicker about on the bus ride to the airport except for the career exploits of Miley Cyrus vs. Britney Spears.

This three game stretch by the 23-year-old wings heading into the Christmas break has left plenty of good tidings for the Pacers, along with a 23-5 record. In the wins over Houston, Boston and Brooklyn, George and Stephenson combined to average 42.7 points, 14.3 rebounds and 10.7 assists. And the flair they with which they put together those numbers has been something to watch.

But this is hardly a two-man show. The improved offensive ball movement and vicious defense which gets the Pacers running on O, has forced their past three opponents to fade away. Now the Pacers have to enjoy their rest with a couple of days off and no game until returning to the Fieldhouse to play the Nets on Saturday night.

Check out the links:

Pacers at Nets - Box score

Game Rewind: Pacers at Nets | THE OFFICIAL SITE OF THE INDIANA PACERS

Pacers earn third straight win - Indy Star

Pacers’ Hill unfazed by trade rumor - Indy Star

Video by royhibbert55 - Pacers debate Miley Cyrus/Britney Spears

Stephenson, George lead Pacers to rout of Nets - AP

Stephenson, George dominate as Pacers roll - 1070 The Fan

Defensive Player of the First Trimester - Marc Stein Blog - ESPN

Without Brook, Nets drop ugly one at home to Pacers | New York Post

Without injured Brook Lopez, Brooklyn Nets destroyed by Indiana Pacers at Barclays - NY Daily News

Pacers’ Stephenson, Born in Brooklyn, Blooming in Indiana - NYTimes.com

From Top to Bottom, Pacers Dominate Nets - NYTimes.com

Paul Pierce ejected in Nets' blow out loss to the Pacers, 103-86 - NetsDaily

Video: Nets’ Paul Pierce ejected for flagrant clotheslining of Pacers’ George Hill | The Point Forward - SI.com

Paul Pierce ejected for clothesline on George Hill - SBNation.com

Rapid Reaction: Pacers 103, Nets 86 - Brooklyn Nets Blog - ESPN New York

Paul Pierce tossed for flagrant foul - Brooklyn Nets Blog - ESPN New York

Why the Brooklyn Nets can't turn back now - SBNation.com

Mr. Pacer: Forget the flash, Stephenson's game has substance, too

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