One is a power forward with a point guard's skill set who likes to lead fastbreaks.
The other is a small forward with a shooting guard's touch and the length to defend 7-footers.
If it seems like there's almost nothing the Clippers' Blake Griffin and Indiana's Paul George can't do on a basketball court, it's no exaggeration.
Their ability to do a lot of everything is reflected in their being the only players in the NBA to average at least 25 points, eight rebounds and four assists per game this season.
Clippers Coach Doc Rivers could take only so much of George's all-around excellence while watching the Indiana...