Twenty points seem like a reasonable output for Paul George, right? I mean, you could hardly fault the guy for the Pacers' 105-79 loss in Game 2 against the Knicks, considering he led his team in scoring.cheap nike nfl jerseys,wholesale jerseys cheap
That is, until you consider he scored the last of those points with eight minutes to go...in the third quarter. From that point on, George missed three shots—all from beyond the arc—and turned the ball over four times as the game turned from surprisingly competitive to laughably one-sided.
Of course, that second-half slide doesn't and can't entirely counteract all the good that George has done for Indy so far in these playoffs. He's led the Pacers in scoring five times while doing a bang-up job defensively, crashing the boards and spicing up the offense with his passing from time to time.
On the whole, though, George still has a ways to go before he can be rightly considered a bona fide superstar.nike 2012 jerseys, Nike nfl jerseys cheap Consistency wasn't exactly his forte during the regular season, and his ability to produce at an elite level on a nightly basis has come into question again since then. Paul figures to find his footing again at home, where he's been dynamite to this point.
But if the Pacers are to make a legitimate run at the Eastern Conference crown, they'll need Paul George to play at an All-Star level every time he takes the floor.