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The Indiana Pacers announced Tuesday that their 2012 preseason will tip off in Fargo, N.D. The seven-game slate opens with a two-game set against the Minnesota Timberwolves. The teams will play the first game at FARGODOME on October 10 before...
INDIANAPOLIS - Leave it to the crafty veteran to import some timely wisdom into a new predicament. From the minute the selection was linked on Twitter late Thursday night till David Stern announced it, the cyber boos and actually ones rained down on...
Tags: Basketball, Miles Plumlee, Jeff Foster, Frank Vogel, NBA Draft
INDIANAPOLIS - Free agency was barely hours old when the first rumors of the what could happen with the Pacers over the next 11 days began. First reported by SI.com on Sunday was the news that Pacers center Roy Hibbert-a centerpiece of the team's...
Like it or not, the Magic are Jameer Nelson's team now. Dwight Howard isn't walking through that door anymore. The Magic re-signed Jameer last week to a three-year deal, needing him as much on the floor as off it. The feeling was mutual. Whether Nelson...
Tags: Hedo Turkoglu, J.J. Redick, Steve Nash, Otis Smith, Movies
INDIANAPOLIS - One of the most popular members of the Indiana Pacers will likely be stying for years to come. According to a report Monday afternoon in the Indianapolis Star by reporter Mike Wells, the team will match the max contract offer for center...
Amid this third consecutive trip to the NBA Finals, and with increasingly punitive salary-cap and luxury-tax penalties about to kick in from the new collective-bargaining agreement, the question becomes how the Miami Heat will be able to sustain their...
As the Miami Heat and San Antonio Spurs prepare to engage in the NBA's final round of Kings of the Court Thursday night, may I suggest a quick sidebar involving the Orlando Magic: Take notes. Take meticulous notes. Don't file them away. Re-read every...
Running off at the typewriter … Shamefully, almost to a man, Magic players say they haven't played with enough "energy" in their playoff series against the Indiana Pacers. Did I miss something here? Are these guys 80-year-old senior citizens...
Tags: Ryan Anderson, Starbucks Corp., Radio, Concussion, Glen Davis
ORLANDO - A blowout was in the works, but there was a little Magic left in the Kingdom. The Magic made a nearly 20-point Pacers lead evaporate in front of a blue clad Amway Arena crowd as the home team made up 19 points in the final eight minutes. But...
Tags: Basketball, George Hill, Orlando Magic, Glen Davis, Sports
The Pacers are saying what the Magic already know. "With Dwight Howard, " Pacers small forward Danny Granger said, "it would be a different series." This series deserves a burial and an asterisk. "It's a huge hole with him not in the game," Granger...
There was no fanfare. No standing ovation. No curtain call. No farewell speech. There wasn't even a goodbye wave. Just a disheartened coach walking somberly and silently off the floor at the Amway Center. Maybe for the last time. If this was his...
INDIANAPOLIS - Even though his Pacers experience his small, his playoff's knowledge is much different. As a member of the Spurs from 2008 to 2011, George Hill had the chance to be apart of a few "Closeout" games in the Western Conference playoff-as in...
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