Sunday, June 2, 2013

Game 6 of the Eastern Conference Finals in GIFs

The Indiana Pacers and Miami Heat faced off in a classic contest of wills  Saturday night in Game 6 of the Eastern Conference Finals. In the end it was the will of the Pacers that won out over that of LeBron James (and the rest of the Heat too, I guess) with a big 91-77 victory to force Game 7 in Miami on Monday.

What better way to celebrate and appreciate such an awesome game than to watch some of the key moments of the game progress in GIFs?

Paul George's early dunk over Chris Bosh set the tone. It told the fans that the Pacers came to play, and told the Heat that they better get the lead out if they want to win.

LeBron James certainly got the message. He went after this ball so hard going so far as to try and bounce it off of George Hill's head that he needed a pick me from Shaquille O'Neal on the sideline.



LeBron James attempted another strategic flop. Later in the game Paul George tried to show him how to really commit to the role if he wanted to succeed in selling it.


Eager to get a few more calls thrown his way LeBron tries to signal the refs what he's willing to do.


Just kidding of course.

Late in the game LeBron was doing his best to try to get the team going, but after getting called for the foul on Roy Hibbert (who gave a stellar news conference after the game) he was so beside himself that he could do nothing but run.


Jim Harbaugh was not impressed with LeBron's antics.


As the game progressed it became clear that the Miami Heat were going to have to head back to South beach for Game 7. 

Former Heat superstar Alonzo Mourning was not happy about it.


Neither was Heat executive Pat Riley. Although he might have been thinking about what he was going to say in court now that Dwyane Wade's ex-wife served him with a subpoena. 


Indiana head coach Frank Vogel was a little happy to say the least.


For more awesome GIFs like this check out the Twitter feed @CJZERO. This dude is awesome.

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