Skip to main content
Main content
NBA news

Pacers' Vogel not worried about suspensions after Game 6 scuffle


Posted May 2, 2014 12:28 AM - Updated May 2, 2014 8:42 AM

ATLANTA (AP) -- Indiana coach Frank Vogel says he doesn't expect any discipline from the NBA after a scuffle late in the first half that prompted Pacers star Paul George to step off the bench.

Atlanta's Mike Scott and Indiana guard George Hill got into it under the basket after a missed shot in Game 6 Thursday night, shoving each other in front of the Pacers bench. Replays showed George and a teammate taking a step onto the court, though they were quickly pushed back by the assistant coaches.

No punched were thrown. Scott and Hill were each assessed a technical foul.

After Indiana's 95-88 victory tied the series at three games apiece, Vogel said he's "not concerned about any suspensions until we hear something." He added, "I don't imagine there would be."

SEARCH NEWS
LATEST VIDEOS
photoThrough The Lens: USAB Practice
Watch the USA Basketball practice as they prepare to play Finland through the slow-motion phantom cam.
photoUSAB: Stephen Curry And Anthony Davis
Stephen Curry and Anthony Davis address the media as they prepare to play Finland.
photoUSAB: Coach K On Playing Finland
Coach Mike Krzyzewki addresses the media as USA Basketball prepares to play Finland.
photoUSAB: Coach K Interview
Coach Mike Krzyzewksi speaks on the USA's team identity and being "worthy of winning".
photoNBA Rooks: Nik Stauskas' Summer
Sacramento Kings rookie Nik Stauskas talks about getting his career off to a good start as a Las Vegas Summer League champion.