Players and baseline camera folks are getting to know each other quite intimately this game. Now, count's up to Covington, Richardson, Scola
Luis Scola scores a layup over Nerlens Noel while getting fouled. Hibbert celebrates w/ a roll-the-dice move (?) Not sure, but Indy up 44-34
Seems that the explanation was Scola's elbow was too high, when he turned to make an offensive move
Refs looking to see if there was any malice to Scola's elbow that struck Love.
UPGRADED to Flagrant I on Luis Scola
Kevin Love took such a shot by Luis Scola, that he fell down and decided to cross his legs. Now refs want to see if it meets flagrant
Another inside bucket for Scola, taking full advantage of Lee being the big on the floor.
Scola's footwork and finish for the hook gets both Paul George and Roy Hibbert on their feet and applauding. Nice below the rim action
Scola with two very similar and-1s
Scola going to the line for his 2nd 3pt play opportunity and someone in the stands screams: "LuuiisScoooola" ala @grady. Indy in the house?
Klay Thompson is now an Anta sneaker endorser, unveiling his own shoe, the "KT FIRE." Also Anta athletes: Garnett, Rondo, Parsons and Scola.
Mahinmi picks up his fourth foul and instead of keeping him on the floor to pal it out, Scola checks in to play back up 5.
Vogel said, in regards to Aron Baynes' defense on Luis Scola, "That's a foul, too." And ref Jason Philips T'd him up.
Scola vs Diaw matchup is pure international greatness.
Scola might be the craftiest scorer on the team. Puts in a runner to put Indiana up 71-63
Luis Scola drains a three. Hey, the shot clock was dying down, so he calmly took the shot.
Pacers going with West and Scola together more often. Makes sense.
First Hibbert showing off, now Luis Scola swishing a triple. His fourth of the year, ninth of his career.