The Jay Graves Report

Pacers run down to South Beach and blast Heat to win third straight! “Comfortable”

Pacers blast Heat 120-95 on Sunday! Photo: Associated Press

The Indiana Pacers ran down to Miami real easy-like over the weekend, got a little sun, a little of South Beach and a whole lot of the Miami Heat’s pride as they stepped all over it on Sunday!! They beat the doors off of them 120-95 to start the Thanksgiving week off right.

The Pacers couldn’t do any wrong down there bruh. Indiana played darn near the perfect game. All they needed was DJ Khaled actually playin’ the “All I do Is Win” on the team flight back to the crib.

Let’s keep it real or all the way 100, whichever comes 1st! Nate McMillan and Co. literally could have taken their shoes off on the side line and relaxed because their team was in complete control. Say it with me now, “Comfortable.”

They shot 60 percent from the field, 47 percent from three-point range and darn near 88 percent from the foul line. They pulled down 42 rebounds and threw 33 dimes!!! Wheredeydodatat?

Indiana had six cats in double figures with Bojan Bogdanovic leadin’ the way with 26!! Myles Turner seemed to not be able to miss shootin’ 11 of 14 and finishin’ with 25 points and 7 rebounds. Victor Oladipo came outta the whip with 15 points, 5 assists and 4 rebounds. Both Darren Collison and Thaddeus Young held the fellas down with 12 apiece as Corey Joseph came out of the bushes with 11.

The Pacers seemed to have turned the corner winnin’ three straight and gettin’ their first win in Miami since Nov. 12, 2014. I’m quite sure ole Nate’s feelin’ good about his team havin’ a winnin’ record so far at 9-8. It’s a long season so you’ve got to eat the elephant one bite at a time. Continue to improve and keep it movin’. Stop me when I start lyin’!

Playas Thesaurus: 

1) Dun: noun – the person in question, dude, guy, etc. It’s whoever I’m talkin’ about and its non-gender specific.

2) Dime: verb – to throw an assist

3) Wheredeydodatat?: Hood for “Who does that?”

4) Comin’ out of the bushes: verb phrase: to come off of the bench.

The G is excluded from the endings of all words because the G is near and dear to my heart because I’m from “The G” which is Gary, Indiana. So I only use the G when I’m talkin’ about “The G!”

The caption under the photo is real talk today!

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