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2014 NBA Playoffs Hawks vs Pacers live stream, TV coverage, Game 7 odds

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The 2014 NBA playoffs live stream and TV coverage continues Saturday and if you are a fan of NBA playoff basketball, today is your day to shine. There is nothing more exciting than a Game 7 in sports and all three games on today's schedule are just that, including the No. 1 seeded Indiana Pacers taking on the Atlanta Hawks.

According to CBS Sports on May 3 the Pacers fought off elimination in Atlanta on Thursday thanks to a late run that was led by David West. West was flat out on fire down the stretch as he turned into a one man wrecking ball against the Hawks. Indiana trailed 84-79 with just over 3 minutes remaining in regulation, and that's when West took over the game.

West scored four straight points and forced a couple of turnovers during the final three minute stretch leading the comeback for the Pacers. Two more key hoops with less than a minute left sealed the deal for West (who finished with 24 points) and the Pacers as they won Game 6 by the final of 95-88 forcing today's winner take all Game 7.

Frank Vogel was more than impressed with West in Game 6. Vogel knows that West may have single handedly saved the Pacers season.

"When a team is making runs like that, an eight seed trying to knock off a one seed in their building and the place is erupting on every play, we have a guy with the composure to settle everyone down," Vogel said.

Las Vegas experts have Indiana listed as a 6 point favorite in tonight's Game 7 with the over/under total set at 184. Indiana may be at home, where they have dominated teams all season long, but they have already dropped two games to Atlanta on the home hardwood so their is no guarantee the Pacers will wrap things up tonight.

Fans can catch this game live on TNT sports nationally and streaming live online through Watch TNT. Who is your pick to win this Game 7? Can the No. 8 seeded Hawks pull off the upset or will Indiana move on to Round 2 like many experts predicted?

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