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"The Objectors" Heat 84 Pacers 90 (How the Pacers ran up on the Heat tryna break in the crib)

"Naw playboy! I got this tonight!"
As I got out of the ride last night at Bankers Life FieldHouse, I ran into these three cats scalping tickets in the parking lot arguing about war. Sun Tzu, the ancient Chinese military strategist,  said, “All war is deception.” John F. Kennedy got fired up, threw his tickets down and said, “War will exist until that distant day when the conscientious objector enjoys the same reputation and prestige that the warrior does today.” Then Bertrand Russell, the British philosopher, doubled the price on a boy for nose bleed joints and said, “War does not determine who is right – only who is left.”

Well playboy, the Indiana Pacers were the only ones left after Tuesday night’s first of four regular season battles with the Heat as they beat the two-time defending champions 90-84. While the Pacers have been gone for more than week and some change on a western conference road trip, boyz have been scopin’ out the crib.

As soon as they pulled up to spot they saw these duns with Miami plates climbing through the side window. They’ve got a reputation of catching boyz sleeping and just taking everything. On some real talk, sometimes they’ve been known to just come right through the front door on a boy in the middle of the day. They’ve gotten so bad in the hood that a lot of cats just let them come right on in and take whatever they want without a fight.

When the Pacers jumped out of the ride they were overwhelmed initially by the smothering defense that these cats from South Beach were bringing. Paul George ran off into the crib but couldn’t get a shot off. LeBron was all over the young boy and he was only able score 2 points in the first half.

At the end of the 1st quarter the Heat were up 30-19 on these boyz. In hood terms they had already taken the flat screen off of the wall that shouldn’t have been there in the first place and they were on their way to Big Momma’s room to get the stash. Ya’ll know how Big Momma always had some bread hidden but she moves it all of the time because her youngest nephew is a thief. Don’t look at me funny bruh, every family has a dun that steals. If you’re saying that your family doesn’t, then it’s probably you.

By the time they made it to the half the home town boyz had closed the gap to 47-40. That means that they were starting to get off enough shots that Miami started to at least putting stuff down and having to fight to stay in the crib.

Let’s keep it real or all the way 100, whichever comes 1st! By the time the Pacers retreated to the ride to reload they had made up in their minds that even though these duns have run the hood for the last two years they aren’t going to run the boyz that live at 125 S. Pennsylvania Street anymore.

So they regrouped at the half and went to work the rest of the way. Big Boy Roy Hibbert beat a boy up inside and finished with 24 points. David West was in the back of the house bangin’ hard with these cats and got off 17 points, 9 rebounds and 4 assists. While Paul George found his rhythm making two big 3-pointers in the front yard in route to a 15 point second half to finish with 17 points.

LeBron and D. Wade did the damage that they normally do as they both finished with 17 points. LeBron was a beast on the glass with 14 rebounds though. However, even though they did some damage to the crib and even got away with the flat screen they didn’t let them take completely clean them out. That TV was getting old anyway bruh! Y'all know how we do. Even if it's nothing wrong with it we gotta run out and get the 3D joint but can't even afford the glasses.

While everybody was down playing the significance of this win, it was a major boost of confidence to say the least. The Pacers own the best record in the league at 19-3 and they’re 10-0 at the crib. That means that if you knock on the door at 125 S. Pennsylvannia St. you’re gonna run into some major problems playa.

As a matter of fact, you better lock your doors and hide all of the jewelry, sneakers and electronics too because these boyz have to come through your front door in order to secure home court advantage in the playoffs. So understand this playboy, the Pacers are that conscientious objector that ole boy John F. Kennedy spoke of earlier. They won’t rest until they enjoy the same reputation and prestige that the warrior does today. For all of my hood dwellers out there, that means don’t get comfortable pimpin’ and watch ya back because they ain’t goin’ nowhere, no time soon! Stop me when I start lyin’!

Holla At Ya Boy!
Jay Graves
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