Breaking up is hard to do, but it's probably the best move for both Lance Stephenson and the Indiana Pacers. It's time for a change.
The only thing more surprising than Rashard Lewis’ impact on the Eastern Conference Finals is that not even he saw it coming.
“When [Coach Spoelstra] called my name [in Game 3], I sat there like, ‘Did he just say my name?’” Lewis told Grantland’s Zach Lowe. “And he looked at me like, ‘Let’s go!’”
"Yeah, the short roll is a dangerous play. Because any defense, the best way to attack a defense is to get the ball to the middle of the floor. And when you're aggressive on the pick-and-roll defense against a non-threat especially, where they are looking to pass, you give up the short roll. And then depending on the player, they have a menu of things they can do. They can take one dribble and they are at the rim, they can kick to three-point shooters. And it puts unnecessary pressure on your defense.
At the midway point of the fourth quarter of Game Four between the Pacers and Wizards, Paul George hit an and-one three that changed the course of the game.
Lance Stephenson and Evan Turner didn't fight at Indiana Pacers practice, according to David West. But he might be using a different definition than we are.
On Tuesday night, the Indiana Pacers travel to Atlanta to face the Hawks in the night's only matchup featuring two teams with winning records.
The Eastern Conference's best team had a little bit of trouble
Resume: 17.1 points, 7.7 rebounds, 2.9 assists, 1.0 steal, 33.4 minutes, 50% FG, and 77% FT… Team record in games played: 43-30 (6-2 without)… Playoffs: 15.9 points, 7.6 rebounds, 36.3 minutes,
[caption id="attachment_5153" align="alignright" width="150"] Jan 30, 2013; Indianapolis, IN, USA; Indiana Pacers small forward Paul George (24) stands on the free throw line against the Detroit Pistons
In a series that many assumed would be quick and easy for the Indiana Pacers, the Dwight Howard-less Orlando Magic showed that they can still win games without their all-star center with an 81-77 Game
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