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Group Hugs (How the Pacers pulled a Notorious B.I.G. to get back to the crib for Game 7)

"First things first bruh!"
Samuel Fuller, the famous screenwriter and director, once said, “When you’re in the battlefield, survival is all there is. Death is the only great emotion.” John F. Kennedy was profound in saying, “Let every nation know, whether it wishes us well or ill, that we shall pay any price, bear any burden, meet any hardship, support any friend, oppose any foe to assure the survival and the success of liberty.” Then Winston Churchill shut the building down with, “Victory at all costs, victory in spite of all terror, victory however long and hard the road may be; for without victory, there is no survival.

In spite of the terror of going to the crib early in round one of the Eastern Conference playoffs the one seed Indiana Pacers found a way to survive in Atlanta on Thursday night 95-88. Boyz walked into the building down 3-2 on the brink of elimination by some duns that shouldn’t even be on the floor with them. But like the old time coaches used to say, “Once you give a boy confidence he thinks he can play with you!” And now the Hawks are showing up every night with crazy swag playboy.

Look here bruh, Magic City had to have lost money on the last two trips the Pacers have made to the “A” because they’ve won two in a row in the Dirty. Going into this series they had only won two games in Fulton County since December of 2006! Now they’ve won two in a week. The broads at the “City” are in the soup line this week because they were counting on that bread that just didn’t show up. showed up! It just went straight to Philips Arena and stayed in a boyz pockets.

Let’s keep it real or all the way 100, whichever comes 1st! David West and Co. pulled a Notorious B.I.G. on ‘em, “First things first!” They figured out that they’ve gotta take care of business or end up on Lake Lanier fishing or better yet, buried up on Stone Mountain for the summer.

Once again the fellas pulled up in the blue and gold big body Chevy sittin’ on 24 that barely fit ready to kick in the front door to take what was already theirs. The usual cats jumped out of the ride with ski masks on and hitters on their waists. David West went straight through the front door puttin’ boyz on his back like Kobe and unloading 24, 11 and 6 as Paul George came through the kitchen window with 24 and 8 to shut the operation down. Lance The Don Dada Mr. #BornReady himself hit the master bedroom to catch a boy sleepin’ and put 21 and 9 into the covers while George Hill threw 14 cocktails threw the window to completely destroy the joint.

Everybody’s puttin’ in work but ole dull Roy Hibbert! That dun got out of the ride for 12 minutes, blocked a shot and grabbed 2 rebounds before Frank Vogel told him to sit outside in the getaway car because he was in the freakin’ way. He pulled up with the fellas talkin’ $100 worth of noise and but when D. West hit that front door it suddenly got real.

Only the REAL G’s can survive when it’s absolutely necessary playboy. D. West led the Pacers on a 16-4 run to end the game to extend the series to a “Po Pimp-Do or Die” Game 7 in Indy on Saturday night. “Do you wanna riiiiide in the back seat of a Caddy and chop it up wit Do or Die?” If so, just make sure my homie Twista is rockin’ that 3rd verse bruh! That joint was probably the hottest verse in the history of the rap game! I’m just sayin’!

West scored 12 of his 24 points in the fourth quarter while Hibbert was auditioning for the Pacemates on the sideline. That dun was the biggest cheerleader I’ve ever seen. For $55 million a boy has to give me more than enthusiasm on the bench. I’m just sayin’!

Virginia Satir, the famous psychotherapist, once said, “We need 4 hugs a day for survival. We need 8 hugs a day for maintenance. We need 12 hugs a day for growth.” Well, if that’s the case then that dun needs 24 hugs a day just to get out of the ride bruh.

Like Puff Daddy used to say when Bad Boy was at its height, “It’s real in the field!” Game 7 just got real for everybody involved playa. You can throw the records and all the talent out of the window right now. It comes down to intestinal fortitude and group hugs at this point pimpin’! Win or go home and stop me when I start lyin’!

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