Granger: ‘Now the pressure is on us’
Their sights are set on higher things. They know that Tuesday’s win that evened the playoff series at one game each won’t mean anything if they don’t protect their home court, starting tonight in Game 3 at Bankers Life Fieldhouse.
Game 4 is Sunday afternoon, also at the fieldhouse.
“Now the pressure is on us, I think,” Pacers forward Danny Granger said. “Two games on our home court. Home-court advantage is switched in the seven-game series.”
It only takes a monster scoring game from LeBron James or Dwyane Wade or a poor offensive showing for the Pacers to lose that edge.