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2014 NBA quarterfinals preview: Indiana Pacers versus Atlanta Hawks

(1) Indiana Pacers 56-26
(8) Atlanta Hawks 38-44

Season Series: Tied 2-2

January 8: Pacers 87-97 @Hawks
February 4: Pacers 89-85 @Hawks
February 18: Hawks 98-108 @Pacers
April 6: Hawks 107-88 @Pacers

 Despite an implosion that nearly cost them first place in the East, the Indiana Pacers are hoping to flash their form from last year's playoffs. Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY Sports / Reuters

The Indiana Pacers can breathe a collective sigh of relief. After suffering a prolonged stretch of offensive turmoil and internal bickering after the All-Star break, the Pacers can look ahead with renewed optimism, holding home-court advantage throughout the East. A clean slate awaits Paul George and company as they aim to remind people of the squad that started the season on a 16-1 tear.

All eyes will be on George as he seeks his first trip to the NBA Finals, after falling a game short last season. Playing out of his mind and throwing himself into the early MVP conversation during the first two months, George has maintained superstar numbers across the board despite seeing a slight drop in his shooting percentages as the season wore on.

Two things factored in Indiana’s tenuous hold of the East’s top spot as the team sorted out its state of disarray. First, the law of averages caught up to the Pacers as the season progressed. Prior to the All-Star break, they were playing elite defense, holding opponents to under 94 points per 100 possessions. Since then, that number has regressed from historically great to merely average, primarily due to Roy Hibbert’s dwindling rebounding numbers, which allowed opponents a lot of second looks at the basket. To add insult to injury, Hibbert publicly vented out his frustrations at teammates in late March, calling some of them selfish.

This concern brings us to the second point: Indiana’s playmaking. As a unit, the Pacers only average 20.1 assists, 27th in the league and dead last among playoff teams, pace notwithstanding. George Hill, the nominal point guard, is not setting up his teammates enough, causing the ball to stop in the wings too often and resulting in a lot of isolation plays.

What does Indiana have to do to stay a step ahead of Atlanta? Hibbert has to get his touches and finish once he actually has the ball in the paint. He is averaging a measly 5.0 points and 3.8 rebounds in four meetings against Atlanta. Against the likes of Pero Antic and Elton Brand, Hibbert has to take advantage of the glaring mismatch at the center position.

Lance Stephenson also has to put aside his own struggles and be aggressive going to the basket against a depleted Hawks frontline. The polarizing guard is in a funk whenever he goes up against the Hawks, settling for too many contested jumpers.

More importantly, the Pacers will have to rely on their powerful frontline throughout the series. They'll need to prevent the Hawks, the league’s third-worst rebounding team at 40 caroms a game, from getting any additional possessions.

 Jeff Teague (0) and the Atlanta Hawks have upset on their minds. A torrent of outside shooting could give them a win or two. Brett Davis-USA TODAY Sports / Reuters


For Atlanta, it has survived without Al Horford, fending off the New York Knicks for the final spot in the East. Jeff Teague has been a revelation for a team that badly needs a creator and finisher. However, Atlanta must sort its pecking order immediately. Paul Millsap, the team’s primary scoring option, has been stymied by David West, averaging only 8.8 points a game on a dismal 31 percent shooting clip in four games against Indiana.
 
While a first-round upset is highly improbable, the Hawks are ready to give Indiana fits on defense with their court spacing, shooting 25.8 attempts from downtown, good for second in the league behind the Houston Rockets.

The Pacers must then close out on Atlanta’s battalion of downtown gunners, a group led by Kyle Korver, along with DeMarre Carroll, Cartier Martin, and Lou Williams. The Pacers need to rediscover the perimeter defense that limited opponents to less than 33 percent shooting from downtown during the first half of the season. Surprisingly, the Pacers also have to shut down rookie Pero Antic, who has scorched them with an average of 17 points in the two games he was dressed for action.

For Indiana, the series hopes to serve as a litmus test of how far they have come along since their late-season woes on both ends of the floor.

Prediction: Pacers in 5


- AMD, GMA News





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