West finished 13-26 from the field and 3-5 from the free throw line. Indiana also got solid performances from Lance Stephenson with 17 points and eight assists, George Hill with 11 points and six rebounds, and Roy Hibbert with 11 points and seven rebounds. Marcin Gortat put up 19 points for Washington in the loss. Nene Hilario chipped in 15 points and six rebounds and John Wall finished with 12 points and nine assists.
Despite only tying the turnover battle in Game 6, Indiana has dominated the series in that category. They've lost the ball on 12.5% of their possessions compared to 15.2% for the Wizards. The Wizards had an eFG% of just 40.5%, which included 11.1% from 3-point range in this game. During the regular season, they were 1-7 when they recorded marks below 45% and 30% in those respective categories. On the other hand, the Pacers were 14-3 when holding their opponents to such low percentages.
Washington hung in there with Indiana, but ultimately they did not have enough to win the series. They had a regular season (44-38) that saw them do just enough to get into the playoffs, while never really looking like a threat.