Another double-digit deficit. Another comeback. Starting to sound like a story you’ve read before?
The Brooklyn Nets took the Indiana Pacers into the final 0.9 seconds of overtime before the Pacers would complete a 19-point comeback. Continue reading “Merry Christmas, Pacers”
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It is Thursday so let’s take a moment to think about something going on in the news.
LaVar Ball of Big Baller Brand has definitely made a lasting media impression on Americans in the past year. He has recently caught the attention of the media by saying he wants to start a company-sponsored league for basketball prospects who do not want to go to college or overseas to get to the NBA. Continue reading “Think About It Thursday”
Victor Oladipo has now scored 20 or more points in 31 games as he led the Indiana Pacers to a 105-95 win in Atlanta against the Hawks. Continue reading “Pacers ground Hawks, 105-95”
The Indiana Pacers had 9.3 seconds to burn before defeating the East-leading Boston Celtics in comeback fashion. Continue reading “Um…WHAT?!”
The Indiana Pacers moved to 17-13 on the year after defeating the Brooklyn Nets on the road Sunday evening, 109-97. Continue reading “Pacers get win in Brooklyn”
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Victor Oladipo was a marked man in the final minutes of the game as the Detroit Pistons were determined to make someone else in an Indiana Pacers uniform beat them. Continue reading “RECAP: Pacers suffer 104-98 loss to Detroit”
Got home from work today and took a short nap only to have my Twitter notifications wake me from my sleep. It was Producer Kyle Kknezevich and the man, the myth, the legend… Dan Dakich from The Dan Dakich Show on ESPN 107.5/1070 The Fan. Continue reading “It’s always fun to catch up with Double D!”
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The Indiana Pacers shot 5-23 in the fourth quarter and never surrendered the lead to the Cleveland Cavaliers, who won 13 straight games before Friday night. Continue reading “Indiana cools off Cleveland”
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The Indiana Pacers led for 30.6 seconds in Wednesday’s matchup against the Chicago Bulls.
Bulls guards Kris Dunn and Denzel Valentine riddled the Pacers for the first 39 minutes. Dunn finished with 18 points, six rebounds and six assists. Valentine managed 15 points and eight rebounds. Bulls C Robin Lopez provided the Pacers big men with a formidable challenge as he finished with 16 points and five rebounds.
Enter Victor Oladipo… Continue reading “Indiana comes from behind to beat Chicago”