Having the coaching staff review the Indiana Pacers’ Game 3 loss to the Atlanta Hawks in their film session before practice Sunday afternoon wasn’t enough for swingman Paul George.

George wanted to watch more film.

He was expected to spend time with associate head coach Brian Shaw on Sunday breaking down what happened while he was going up against Hawks forward Josh Smith on Saturday.

George has spent the season defending the opposing team’s best perimeter player.

LeBron James. Kevin Durant. Kobe Bryant. Carmelo Anthony. The list goes on and on.

Smith isn’t on the same level offensively as those listed above, but he presents a different kind of challenge for George.

Smith prefers to post up — when he’s focused — and make his move to the basket.

That’s something George has rarely seen.

“Melo likes to post up, but he does it and usually squares you up before making his move to the basket,” George said after the team’s practice at Philips Arena on Sunday. “Smith is the first guy I’ve really guarded that does most his work on the block. I have to grow into guarding those types of players.”

George spent the first two games of the series defending Kyle Korver.

The Pacers won both of those games, causing Hawks coach Larry Drew to change his starting lineup. He moved Korver to the bench, slid Smith to small forward, Al Horford to power forward and inserted 7-footer Johan Petro at center.