Paul George throws down on Glen Davis but refuses to let Davis help him get up
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2 days after beating OKC with a buzzer beating dunk, the Orlando Magic celebrated Jameer Nelson’s birthday by beating the Indiana Pacers by 1 and extending their win streak to a season high 3.
When the final buzzer went off, Glen Davis extended his hand to help Paul George up from the floor but his help was denied. I can understand why George was upset, after missing a potential game-winner, but considering Davis was just 3 of 10 in the game and was put on a poster dunk in the 1st quarter by the NBA Slam Dunk contestant, I thought it was a nice gesture on Big Baby’s part. With that said, I don’t know what would makes the player with one of the league’s smallest verts challenge one of the highest at the rim.