They sat inside the locker room in disbelief. Their mouths didn't have to move because their body language said it all. Paul George, the victim on the final two possessions of the game, sat with both hands on his head. Roy Hibbert repeated several times, "I have nothing to say about the last two sequences on offense and defense." Coach Frank Vogel, with steam coming out of his ears, didn't want to touch the officiating. In a game that came down to the final two possessions, the Pacers were on the short end both times in their 102-101 loss to the Denver Nuggets at the Pepsi Center on Monday. The officiating is what caused the Pacers to go mute after the game.
Pacers silenced by Nuggets, officiating
Indianapolis Star | Jan 29