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First, Indiana’s Paul George dunked over Roy Hibbert and Dahntay Jones which was okay. Then, he dunked with lights off while wearing a glow-in-the-dark jersey that was cute, I guess. Lastly, he dunked while sticking a Larry Bird sticker on the backboard after multiple attempts. And to George, and apparently his teammates, that should’ve been enough to take home the Dunk Contest...
No last second heroics from George Hill this time. The Indiana Pacers returned from the All-Star break in form, pummeling the Golden State Warriors 102-78, in a game that wasn't even as close as the score suggested.Good game for Granger, who had 25 points in just 30 minutes while taking just 18 shots, but it was an all round team effort. However, the Warriors looked like...
By Stefan Swiat, Suns.com
Posted: Aug. 14, 2008
When the Suns’ front office personnel traveled to Las Vegas for the NBA Summer League, there was more to their plans than just evaluating their team and dining on plentiful buffets.
One service that the summer league affords is the ability to watch other young players compete against one another. That service has paid dividends...
By Matt Beardmore
Posted: Dec. 3, 2010
The Indiana Pacers are coming off one of their most uninspired efforts of the season. A matchup with the Phoenix Suns could give the Pacers some more fight.
Indiana looks to close its four-game western swing on a positive note Friday night while the Suns try to build some momentum as they open a home-heavy portion of their schedule.
Paul George was a bit salty after losing out to Jeremy Evans in the Dunk Contest during All-Star Weekend, and says that the NBA’s biggest names need to inject new life into the increasingly irrelevant showcase. From the Indy Star: “Gorge dunked over teammates Roy Hibbert and Dahntay Jones with his first dunk. He wore a glow-in-the-dark uniform and shoes and made a dunk (that...