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NBA
FINAL1234T
Chicago29252225101
Indiana28322724111

Chicago Leaders:
Points: Marco Belinelli - 24
Rebounds: Taj Gibson - 11
Assists: Nate Robinson - 9

Indiana Leaders:
Points: David West - 29
Rebounds: Paul George - 11
Assists: George Hill - 6


Chicago

PlayerPOSMINFG-A3P-AFT-A+/-ORBDRBREBASTSTLBLKTOPFPTS
Marco Belinelli249-131-35-600003001424
Nate RobinsonG407-153-72-2-220559300419
Luol DengF444-180-35-5-73362012513
Carlos BoozerF234-120-02-2-232350002310
Taj GibsonC445-90-00-2-756111153310
Richard HamiltonG165-90-10-0-141231001410
Jimmy Butler293-80-14-461230300110
Daequan Cook111-20-11-15022000003
Marquis Teague81-20-00-012000200112
Total39-884-1619-22 12233518761025101
 44.3%25.0%86.4% 
Inactive:Nazr Mohammed, Vladimir Radmanovic, Kirk Hinrich, Derrick Rose, Joakim Noah

Indiana

PlayerPOSMINFG-A3P-AFT-A+/-ORBDRBREBASTSTLBLKTOPFPTS
David WestF3711-180-07-10231894133129
George HillG387-103-55-5150226014022
Paul GeorgeF446-142-47-89011115224221
Lance StephensonG346-91-42-3221345112315
Tyler Hansbrough123-70-02-4-9325000038
Ian Mahinmi173-40-00-0-6235020036
Roy HibbertC303-110-00-015549101116
D.J. Augustin100-10-12-2-1000000102
Orlando Johnson80-00-02-2-10011100112
Sam Young90-00-00-0-8101100050
Total39-746-1427-34 13344723681619111
 52.7%42.9%79.4% 
Inactive:Gerald Green, Ben Hansbrough, Jeff Pendergraph, Danny Granger, Miles Plumlee

Game Info

Attendance: 18165
Referees: Mike Callahan, Mark Lindsay, Jason Phillips
Ejections: Chicago: 0 Indiana: 0

Stats Legend:

POS - position
MIN - minutes played
FG-A - field goals made - field goals attempted
FG-A - 3 point field goals made - 3 point field goals attempted
FT-A - free throws made - free throws attempted
+/- - plus/minus
ORB - offensive rebounds
DRB - defensive rebounds
REB - total rebounds
AST - assists
STL - steals
BLK - blocks
TO - turn overs
PF - personal fouls
PTS - points

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