Paul George is the latest superstar to play the Charlotte Bobcats in 2014. In January, Carmelo Anthony lit up the Bobcats to the tune of 62 points. Earlier this week, LeBron James scored 61 and hit his first eight three-pointers. Perhaps Charlotte was sick of surrendering monster games because they only gave up two points to Paul George in a 109-87 win over the Pacers.
George’s points came at the free throw line as he went 0-for-9 from the field, including 0-for-4 from behind the 3-point line. George also had five turnovers. To PG’s credit, he did have seven rebounds which was three more than Roy Hibbert. Though Hibbert did score twice as many points as George.
The Bobcats have the 5th best scoring defense in the NBA.
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