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It was a couple of hours before Game 5 of the Eastern Conference playoff series between the Indiana Pacers and Chicago Bulls, and Pacers President Larry Bird was sitting courtside at the United Center, laying out his vision for the team he hoped to build.
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For those who don't fully understand the 'amnesty clause' in the new NBA collective bargaining agreement (CBA), it essentially allows each team in the NBA to shred ONE existing player from their roster for salary cap purposes. This player must already be on an NBA contract from the date the CBA is brought into effect and the clause can be utilized at any time during...
Only a couple of player reviews left, and it's only fitting that the second last one is that of arguably the second most important player on the Pacers last season, big man center Roy Hibbert.At a glance of his overall stats, Hibbert had a decent third season in the NBA, where he played in 81 games (80 starts), played 27.7 minutes a night and averaging 12.7 points, 7.5 rebounds...
The Indiana Pacers are prepared to make an offer for free agent David West.
According to Yahoo!Sports, the Pacers are ready to make an offer on the New Orleans Hornets star if the Boston Celtics can’t reach a deal with the Hornets. Boston, which is over the salary cap, is limited to the size of the offer while under sign-and-trade rules.
The Pacers, on the other hand, have the...
James Posey's agent Mark Bartelstein plans to talk to the Celtics about a reunion.
The latest update on the David West trade is that the Pacers are willing to fight Boston for him. Who will win the battle between GMs Danny Ainge and Larry Bird?
According to Yahoo's Adrian Wojnarowski:
As free-agent forward David West and the Boston Celtics work to complete a difficult sign-and-trade deal, the Indiana Pacers have positioned themselves to sign the power...
Indiana Pacers big man Jeff Foster had a number of teams express interest in him. Foster, a blue-collar player, was flattered by the interest, but he couldn't resist the opportunity to start and finish his career in the same organization.
The Indiana Pacers are about to have a new starting power forward.
The Indiana Pacers have reportedly agreed to terms with free agent forward David West.
INDIANAPOLIS - David West's agent says the former New Orleans Hornets power forward is joining the Indiana Pacers.