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The NBA announced that it will review a number of plays from game 2 of the Eastern Conference Finals between the Indiana Pacers and the Miami Heat. The one that has caught the attention of...everyone...is D-Wade's flying elbow to the head of Lance Stephenson.
So Wade runs down the lane on a transition play, possibly looking at ball carrier Paul George on the right wing. Lance Stephenson tries to provide a bit of an obstruction by pedaling into Wade's path. Wade leaps into the air, throws his right forearm into Stephenson's temple. Stephenson crumbles. He gets up, and after play is halted on a reach in foul, he doubles over.
Given Wade's history of "dirty", or at least reckless plays, you have to wonder whether it was intentional. The TNT guys -- Reggie Miller in particular -- didn't see anything malicious. Maybe not, but it certainly was reckless. Why did he jump into the air? Was he trying to jump out of the way, only to realize Stephenson was ...
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The Indiana Pacers evened their Eastern Conference finals series with the Miami Heat Friday night with a 97-93 victory in Game 2. Pacers forward/guard Paul George, who scored 22 points and had six assists, credits playing as a team and not relying on one guy for the win. “Take nothing away from their
Paul George absolutely annihilated Miami Heat forward Chris Andersen with a dunk late in the third quarter of Game 2 of the Eastern Conference finals.
The Indiana Pacers forward was being guarded by LeBron James with about 10 seconds left in the quarter. He went left, blew by James, and then took off and dunked over Birdman with a spectacular throwdown.
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Archbishop Joseph W. Tobin of Indianapolis, asked for a little more then a safe running of the 97th running of the Indy 500. Tobin included a prayer for “our beloved Pacers to ice the Heat tonight.”
The Pacers have played the Heat tough and pulled off a win in Miami during Game 2 to even the series at 1-1.
What happened: A regular-season loss at Indiana woke up the Miami Heat. Maybe the same has happened with a playoff defeat to the Pacers.
After falling Feb. 1 at Indiana, the Heat reeled off 27 straight regular-season wins. On Sunday night, they bounced back from a Friday home loss to wallop the Pacers, 114-96, in Game 3 of the Eastern Conference finals at Bankers Life Fieldhouse...
If you blinked you probably missed Indiana Pacers forward Paul George’s vicious posterization on Miami Heat center Chris “Birdman” Andersen, but don’t worry we got you.
Check the video out here, children cover your eyes:
H/T to Ben Olliver of Sports Illustrated for the video.
Poor Roy Hibbert, all he wanted to do was inbound the ball near the end of the first quarter during game two of the Heat/Pacers series.
Then, the below hilarity happens to the former big man of Georgetown:
Roy Hibbert inbounds ball…out of bounds [Buzzfeed]
As I write this, I’m not going to hit anyone with journalist stats. I don’t want to use any jargon that may confuse anybody. I want this piece to be debated. I want barber shop talk off of this one. I’ll begin it simply by saying this; no matter what you think you may know about the Miami Heat, Paul George and the Indiana Pacers has his number. While I’ve said before, and...
After a Game 2 win and one possession away in Game 1 from being up 2-0 in the Eastern Conference Finals against the Miami Heat, the Indiana Pacers’ “Big Five”confidence is sky high heading back to Indiana for Games 3 & 4.
According to ESPN:
“We’re not going to back down,” Roy Hibbert declared. “They could be the champs, but we’re coming for them.”
The Indiana Pacers let the Miami Heat off the hook in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Finals, and Pacers’ center Roy Hibbert is already complaining about foul play from one of the senior members of the Heat. Look, we are all for calling Shane Battier “Captain McMasterflop.” After all, Battier attended Flop U, and Coach K most likely shows highlights of Battier from his Blue...
The Indiana Pacers pulled out a 97-93 victory over the Miami Heat in game 2 of the Eastern Conference Finals, stealing home court advantage from the defending champs and heading home with a 1-1 split in this 7-game series. Like game 1, the Pacers were up in the dying seconds, but this time they held on for the victory, courtesy of two Lebron James turnovers -- both coming off the...
It's been a rough Eastern Conference Finals playoff series so far for Indiana Pacers center Roy Hibbert. So far against the Miami Heat, Hibbert has been benched in crunch time and kneed in the groin. In the third quarter of Game 3 on Sunday, Mario Chalmers used Hibbert's head to save the ball from going out of bounds by intentionally bouncing it off of his opponent's...
Indiana Pacers center Roy Hibbert took to Twitter to voice his displeasure with a Shane Battier knee that landed in his sweet spot.
Game 2: Indiana Pacers 97, Miami Heat 93. Not the best night to be a mohawk wearing big man in Miami. Speaking of Birds, Larry sure did a fine job building the Pacers. Paul George is a star and Larry got him at #10 in the draft. Roy Hibbert was drafted at #17 (Yes I know Toronto technically drafted him, just like Boston technically drafted Jeff Green and the Suns technically drafted...
It was an instant classic. A game for the ages and any other terms to describe the epic battle between the Pacers and Heat in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Finals and at the center of t all was Paul George and Lebron James.
George and James clashed throughout Game 1 and provided fans with some great memories. From George's clutch three-pointer to force overtime to James...
After dropping one at home, Miami Heat visit Indiana Pacers for