Pacers, Thunder Rebound With Game Two Wins

(Undated) -- The Indiana Pacers and Oklahoma City Thunder have evened their NBA Conference semifinals series. The Pacers pulled out an 86-82 win over the Wizards on Wednesday behind a breakout game from center Roy Hibbert at Bankers Life Fieldhouse. Hibbert credited his teammates after posting 28 points and nine rebounds.
In the other game, Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook just missed out on being the first two teammates in playoff history to compile triple-doubles in the Thunder's, 112-101, blasting of the Clippers in Oklahoma City. Both series are tied at one game apiece, and will continue on Friday.
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Indiana Pacers head coach Frank Vogel says they responded as a team, especially Roy Hibbert.
Washington coach Randy Wittman says missed free throws cost the Wizards.
Oklahoma City's Russell Westbrook says his team's role players were able to produce in the Thunder's win.
Los Angeles Clippers coach Doc Rivers says his team didn't counter the Thunder's aggressive play.
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