Best Storylines to Follow in NBA Conference Finals

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  • Paul George, Indiana Pacers, LeBron James, Miami Heat, San Antonio Spurs, Tim Duncan, Tony Parker, Kevin Durant, Russell Westbrook, Oklahoma City Thunder, NBA playoffs
  • Roy Hibbert, Indiana Pacers, NBA playoffs, Washington Wizards
  • Paul George, Indiana Pacers
  • Dwyane Wade, LeBron James, Miami Heat
  • Pacers, LeBron James, Paul George, Lance Stephenson, David West
  • Lance Stephenson, Pacers Heat
  • Tony Parker, San Antonio Spurs, Oklahoma City Thunder
  • Thunder Spurs, Tony Parker, Caron Butler, Reggie Jackson
  • Spurs Thunder, Durant, Westbrook, Kawhi Leonard, Gregg Popovich
  • Manu Ginobili, Reggie Jackson, Spurs Thunder, NBA playoffs
  • Tim Duncan, Ginobili, Parker, Spurs Thunder

Paul George’s Ability to Score More

Paul George is easily one of the NBA’s most dynamic two-way players, but looking back at last year’s Eastern Conference Finals, it’s a bit surprising that the Pacers small forward averaged 19 points per game against the Heat. The Pacers are going to need more of an offensive output from their star to dethrone the Heat. By George, I think he’s got it. He better have if the Pacers are want to end up in the Finals.

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