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With a chance to close the series up 3-1 and advance to the Eastern Conference Finals, the Pacers did not play their best basketball - not only did they turn the ball over 19 times, but they missed a bunch of free-throws (19-33). Roy Hibbert didn’t hold back when speaking on the Pacers lack of intensity in their 85-75 loss to the Knicks on Thursday night.
According to Fred Kerber of the NY Post:
Roy Hibbert apologizes to women in room, then says “we played like p*ssies.”
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Frustrations are usually at a high after a playoff loss, especially when you play as putrid as the Indiana Pacers did against the Knicks last night in game five of the Eastern Semi-Finals. Pacers center Roy Hibbert clearly thought his team lacked toughness, and held no punches about it.
Hibbert, while apologizing to the women in the room, had this to say about the Pacers performance...
Reggie Miller is currently an NBA broadcaster, but the former Indiana Pacers legend says he would like a role with his old team.
Pacers guard George Hill will have another concussion test before Saturday's home playoff game.
Hill missed Thursday night's game after complaining of headaches. He was diagnosed with a concussion. NBA policy requires players to pass a concussion test before returning to action. Hill did not practice Friday, and coach Frank Vogel said he had not spoken with him. Vogel said...
George Hill was ruled out for Game 5 by the Indiana Pacers due to a concussion suffered in Game 4.
The Pacers had kept Hill's injury quiet.
Hill believes he suffered the injury when being hit in the head by Tyson Chandler.
D.J. Augustin will start and Frank Vogel said that Paul George could even see some time at the point.
Since their slight hiccup at Madison Square Garden in Game 2, the Indiana Pacers have looked every bit the favorite to win their Eastern Conference semifinal clash with the New York Knicks.
As the nondescript Pacers make short work of the Knicks, they’ve not only improved their NBA odds but have also started to make a name for themselves. This Thursday, the Pacers will get the...
Indiana Pacers’ Roy Hibbert came away with the huge block on New York Knicks forward Carmello Anthony during the 4th quarter of Saturday night’s Game 6. Melo appeared to have the clear path to an easy slam after spinning on Paul George. However, the 7’2” Hibbert came over from his help position to stuff Melo, and give the Pacers momentum before the game’s final push, which...
The Indiana Pacers won't know until Saturday night whether point guard George Hill will start in Game 6 against New York.
Hill participated in the team's morning shootaround, which is part of the process of passing his concussion test. But doctors had not yet cleared Hill to play.
''He just did some work today. He looked fine, but he has to do more tests this afternoon...
Indiana Pacers guard Lance Stephenson tried to dunk on Tyson Chandler last night. It didn't work. [Deadspin]
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George Hill reportedly spent part of Game 5 in a darkened bathroom, which means he did not have to watch most of the game between his Pacers and the Knicks, which means he might have actually gotten off easier than the rest of us.
All joking aside, Hill would much rather have been on the court than spend the latest edition of this Eastern Conference slugfest perched on a porcelain...
The Indiana Pacers flew to the Big Apple last night to attempt to close out the New York Knicks, but after they arrived they found they’d have to do so without one of their key players. Less than two hours before tipoff, the Pacers announced point guard George Hill would miss the contest due to a concussion, reporters Zach Schonbrun of The New York Times.Pacers coach Frank Vogel...
Tough break for the Pacers, but good news for the Knicks.
Pacers guard @george_hill3 will miss tonight’s game at New York due to a concussion sustained in Game 4.
— Indiana Pacers (@Pacers) May 16, 2013
This game was so ugly that I don't really want to talk about it. Even Grantland did a write up of how comical it was at times (yikes).
All that needs to be said is that George Hill was out with a concussion suffered against Tyson Chandler in game 5, the Pacers had to start DJ Augustin, the Pacers played horribly and missed nearly half their free throws, and the Knicks escaped...
The Indiana Pacers closed out the New York Knicks in Game 6 of the NBA Eastern Conference Semis with a 106-99 victory in Indiana. The highlight of the game was Pacers center Roy Hibbert stopping Carmelo Anthony‘s dunk with this impressive dunk. The post Roy Hibbert Delivers Monster Block On Carmelo Anthony appeared first on Ride The Pine.
Indiana Pacers guard Lance Stephenson tried to get high and mighty with New York Knicks center Tyson Chandler late in the second quarter of their Game 5 playoff battle and found out the hard way why Chandler is one of the top defensive big men in the NBA.
As Stephenson dribbled into the paint, Chandler prevented him from "climbing the ladder" with a hard foul that left...
Tweet The Indiana Pacers and New York Knicks were gridlocked through most of the fourth quarter of game six, the lead going back and forth. Then it looked like the Knicks might take control. With around five minutes left the Knicks were up by two. Carmelo Anthony got the ball, put on a spin move, [...]