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Vogel: Korver killed us in the fourth

Kyle Korver scored 10 of his 12 points in the fourth quarter. AP Photo/Darron Cummings

It's easy to see Kyle Korver's contributions in the box score, but Indiana Pacers coach Frank Vogel saw Korver's impact without the ball on the game-winning drive in Game 3 on Thursday night.

Derrick Rose scored on a hard drive to the bucket with 17.8 seconds left, giving the Bulls an 86-84 lead. Chicago won 88-84.

"Korver killed us in the fourth," Vogel said. "He even killed us on the last play when we couldn’t leave him to help. That allowed Rose to get to the bucket."

Korver scored 10 of his 12 points in the fourth quarter.

"I’ve gotten some good looks," Korver said. "They’re worried about Derrick, and I’m just out there spacing the floor and getting my feet right. I have a nice rhythm right now, and I’m just trying to stay ready."