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.
The Indiana Pacers have launched a bike share program in Indianapolis.
Recapping all the action from the opening days of the playoffs
The Pacers' offense has been shell of its former self, which was really just a shell of an efficient offense to begin with. But watching George simply walk away from any attempt at system or synergy was maddening. Equally troubling was that no one appeared interested in stopping him.
The Larry O'Brien trophy isn't the only thing driving this year's playoff field. There are deeper driving forces beneath the surface, and Derek has uncovered them all just in time for tip-off.
The Miami Heat have had several opportunities over the last few weeks to lock up the first seed in the Eastern Conference. But they didn't get a damn.
Lance Stephenson was nearly an All-Star this season. Let that sink in for a second. Four years ago, he fell all the way to the second round of the draft, where the Indiana Pacers made his night by picking him up with the 40th overall pick.
Paul George is #360Slammin in a new music video based on his dunk.
If he's not playing against the Miami Heat, odds are that Roy Hibbert isn't going to bother you too much on the offensive end of the court. On the season, the former Hoya is averaging 11.8 points on 9.6 field goal attempts per game.
Over the past 13 games, the Portland Trailblazers have completely fallen apart, giving up 108.4 points per 100 possessions. You can't mimic Indiana's conservative defense when your starting point guard hasn't met a screen that hasn't smushed him. Robin Lopez has provided the Blazers with a defensive foundation, a solid backdrop on which they built their philosophy. But Roy Hibbert he is not.