After another slumbering start, one that extended deep into the third quarter, Roy Hibbert's game powered on.
In Game 4, it was 33-17. In Game 3, 26-12. In Game 2, 25-19. What about Game 1, the Wizards' only victory in this series vs. the Indiana Pacers? Try 19-13.
Washington's final offensive play kept them from getting a shot in the waning seconds of Game 4. Trevor Ariza boiled the issue down to one simple point.
Down by 20 in the third quarter, on the road, with the momentum of the series hanging in the balance Paul George single handedly willed the Pacers to a 95-92 win in game four against the Wizards.
Everything went the right way for the Wizards.