Found February 28, 2013 on
Golden State Warriors
The most dangerous threat to the Miami Heat's chances for Eastern Conference domination is the relationship on display at a downtown hotspot full of gawking fans, two men talking without a hint of the rivalry so many predict. In the good-natured barbs, in the private and quiet moments of respect over the buzz of the bar, and in the ease of mentor and protege sharing a night out on the town, the friendship between a blossoming superstar and his 29-year-old mentor says everything about why the Indiana Pacers have a better chance than anyone to beat the Miami Heat in a seven-game playoff series.
Paul George, 22, has his Steelers hat on backward. His black Nike sweater with the hoodie. And his jokes about Danny Granger's "old-man game." Granger, his finger wrapped after having it drained at a hospital a few hours earlier, switches between marveling "wow!" as Stephen Curry goes off for 54 points on the big screen above them and boasting loud and confidently t...
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Stephen Curry is a tough little guy. He got swatted to the court like a fly, got up, got popped in the head, and got up again. All this came a the hands of Roy Hibbert of the Indiana Pacers. Hibbert got into a shoving match with David Lee, but both teams quickly got involved. As you can see, Curry wanted a piece of the action, but Roy Hibbert wanted nothing to do with Curry...
Nearing the end of last night's Golden State/Indiana Pacers game looked more like a bar room brawl after Pacers center Roy Hibbert and Warriors forward David Lee got tangled up with each other.The incident occurred in the fourth quarter of play as Lee pushed Hibbert out of the way going for a rebound.Roy retaliated and thanks to that, the pushing fest turned a brawl between both...
Last night’s Pacers-Warriors game was festive.
Stephen Curry got things going in the 2nd quarter by breaking George Hill down to the ground. And then later, he showed Tyler Hansbrough his nifty handles before hitting a 3.
But things got really festive when David Lee and Roy Hibbert starte tussling and then the two teams decided to do a little brawling.
Hibbert was ejected, but...
Roy Hibbert of the Indiana Pacers was ejected from the game against the Golden State Warriors after a fight broke out between the two teams.
The Indiana Pacers had their 5-game winning streak snapped against the LA Clippers with a 99-91 defeat at Bankers Life Fieldhouse.
A lot of people will point to the fact that Roy Hibbert's suspension (for a pushing match with the Dubs' David Lee that spilled into the crowd) was the reason why the Pacers lost at home, where they are usually dominant, but the truth is,...
David Lee and Roy Hibbert made like rams testing their maleness last night during the Pacers / Warriors 'brawl.' And then Steph Curry made like Jeff Van Gundy.
But at least no one got smacked...
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In case you needed another reason to love Jalen Rose, during the recent Grantland Youtube Channel video, Rose explains what it means to go out to a night club as an NBA player.
In a very detailed manner, the former Indiana Pacers/New York Knick goes through all the steps of a famous or not famous basketball player (Kosta Koufos) and getting into a club. Here’s what to take away...
Ah. Here we have a good ole shoving match between two up and coming NBA teams in the Indiana Pacers and the Golden State Warriors. Two teams who have title hopes with playoff realities. It started with David Lee's late push of Roy Hibbert who didn't like the contact and pushed right back resulting in David Lee giving Hibbert a shoulder push.
Then it got out of hand...
In boring NBA news, the Indiana Pacers defeated the Golden State Warriors 108-97 last night, and the most shocking thing about that game should have been that both the Pacers and Warriors are in the thick of the playoff hunt. Of course, the Pacers have it much easier, as they’re currently in second place in the Eastern Conference, 8 games ahead of the 8th seed Milwaukee Bucks,...
Huge win against the Raptors after two home losses against them earlier in the season. The 93-81 victory was also important because it prevented a two-game losing streak, it got the Pacers a rare road win, and it keeps them just percentage points out of the second seed in the East behind the Knicks.
David West had 15 and 11, Paul George 22 and 10, and Roy Hibbert returned from...