Pacers Vs. Magic, NBA Playoffs 2012: Glen Davis' Eventful Final 2 Seconds

The Indiana Pacers edged the Orlando Magic in Game 4 to take a 3-1 lead in their 2012 NBA Playoffs first-round series, and all that happened only after Magic forward Glen Davis missed a turnaround jumper at the buzzer that would have tied the game in overtime. But that's not all that happened to Davis in the final series of the game. Here's a complete recap of Davis' final two seconds.

SEQUENCE 1: Davis is benched for the Magic's final play and is not happy about it.

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SEQUENCE 2: The Pacers defend the Magic's play well, and Orlando calls a timeout. Coach Stan Van Gundy reconsiders and puts Davis back in the game. Davis attempts, and misses, this game-tying shot.


SEQUENCE 3: Davis tries to get as much separation as possible on his fadeaway, and loses balance, falling all the way into the Magic bench.

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He's pretty lucky he fell right into a chair. Otherwise ... yeah.

For more on tonight's NBA action, stick with this StoryStream. For a fan's perspective on the Pacers and Magic, check out Indy Cornrows and Orlando Pinstriped Post. For complete coverage of the 2012 NBA Playoffs, stay tuned to SB Nation's dedicated NBA hub.

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