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2018 Schedule
13-14, 4th in Northwest
NBA's most interesting man: Westbrook or Embiid? (1:33)

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Paul George has 19 field goals and 20 turnovers in his last 4 games.

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Per the Elias Sports Bureau, Russell Westbrook has 35 triple-doubles in 2017, the most by any player in a calendar year. Oscar Robertson had the record of 34 in 1961.

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The Thunder's most effective 5-man lineup on Wednesday was Raymond Felton, Terrance Ferguson, Jeramy Grant, Josh Huestis and Patrick Patterson. In 10 minutes, they outscored the Pacers, 26-17.

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PG-13 on Indy return: 'Glad circus is over with'

From the pregame introduction until his final play, Thunder forward Paul George was heavily booed by the Pacers faithful in his first game back in Indiana.

George struggles in homecoming victory (0:47)

Royce Young ESPN Staff Writer 

Carmelo Anthony on why he thinks the shooting efficiency of the Thunder's big three — 10-of45 combined tonight — has been so inconsistent this season: "I think we're not used to them maybe?"

Westbrook says Thunder competed for George (0:54)

Royce Young ESPN Staff Writer 

It was pretty for a while, with the Thunder going up 11 with five minutes left, but a mess to the finish line. OKC hung on for dear life, with a crucial tip-in by Alex Abrines with 15 seconds left saving them from what would've been a really crushing loss. Paul George finished with 12 points on 3-14 shooting in his return, but did hit two free throws to ice the game.

Royce Young ESPN Staff Writer 

The Thunder have had issues in the third quarter all season, being outscored by 9.9 points per 100 possessions, and it looked to be more of the same as the Pacers jumped out 11-2. OKC steadied things, stuck with some good offense and will take a four-point lead into the fourth. Paul George in his return, though? Not going so great: 10 points on 3-14 shooting.

Royce Young ESPN Staff Writer 

Paul George's first bucket comes with 3:05 left in the second quarter, on a backdoor alley-oop. Before that he was 0-3 shooting, with four turnovers.

Royce Young ESPN Staff Writer 

Paul George has come out a bit passive against the Pacers, taking just one shot and scoring two points on free throws. He's being booed every time he touches it, and they haven't lasted long, because George is getting off the ball quickly.

Turner stuffs Anthony at the rim (0:15)
George gets booed at the line (0:20)

Paul George Returns to Indianapolis

Michael Smith and Jemele Hill discuss the returns of Aaron Rodgers to the Packers and Paul George to Indy. Plus, a preview of Steelers/Patriots and Scottie Pippen stops by!

Team Stats

Points Per Game101.724th
Rebounds Per Game43.714th
Assists Per Game20.825th
Points Allowed99.43rd

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