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INDIANAPOLIS -- It took nearly a full half for the Indiana Pacers to play the way they expected to while facing one of the worst teams in the NBA. When they found their form, the Pacers were off and running. Indiana used an 18-0 run that stretched from the end of the second quarter into the third quarter to beat the Cleveland Cavaliers 96-81 at Bankers Life Fieldhouse on Wednesday. The Pacers limited the Cavaliers to 23 second-half points. "Our guys started getting a little frustrated (in the first half)," Pacers coach Frank Vogel said. "We felt like we were better than that. The answer to situations like that is to not get tighter, more frustrated. The answer is to stay calm and make mental adjustments and focus on each possession." Paul George led the Pacers (11-11) with 27 points. Cleveland guard C.J. Miles followed up his strong game against the Los Angeles Lakers on Tuesday by scoring 28 points against Indiana. Although the Cavaliers were the t...
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It's not often that we get a family affair in the NBA but for this season at least, the Indiana Pacers have two Hansbrough brothers on their team.During tonight's Pacers/Cavaliers game, Ben Hansbrough unfortunately got hit in the face by Cavaliers forward Tristan Thompson.Watch as his older brother Tyler comes to aid and starts to jaw with Thompson:
In case you didn't know, Tyler Hansbrough's little brother Ben plays on the Pacers. He recently got promoted to back-up point guard over D.J Augustin after Augustin struggled for the first month in limited minutes. Bens getting an opportunity to show the Pacers that he can co-exist not only with this second unit but his brother as well.
Ben is lucky that out of all...
Let's face it, it's now only going to be a matter of time before the Indiana Pacers capture their maiden NBA title, because coach Frank Vogel has announced that Ben Hansbrough, the baby brother of Tyler "Psycho-T" Hansbrough, is about to become the Pacers' back-up point guard. Starting (well, coming off the bench) tonight in their game against the Cavaliers...
Pacers guard Lance Stephenson is “fine,” a team spokesman said, following his involvement in a minor two-vehicle traffic accident Monday evening.
“He’s practicing today,” said David Benner, the team spokesman.
Police ticketed the driver of the other vehicle for driving without a license, according to an Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department report.
Maybe it's the addition of Ben Hansbrough to the Pacers rotation, but for some reason I wasn't that nervous even when the Cavs were hitting everything and sped to a double digit lead in Wednesday night's game. It just seemed improbable that they could keep those percentages up against one of the best defensive teams in the league. The question was whether the Pacers could...
Roy Hibbert sad face
Background: Roy Hibbert, he of the Indiana Pacers, said to Yahoo! Sports' Marc J. Spears that he wil be the best center in the NBA one day. Apparently, this means he does not realize that Dwight Howard, Marc Gasol, Greg Monroe, Anderson Varejao, Andrew Bynum, Kevin Love, Brook Lopez, Al Horford, etc. are all centers in the NBA right now and are pretty...
The Indiana Pacers have both the Hansbrough brothers?? Honestly I had no idea. Anyway, the Pacers beat the Cavaliers last night 96-81 and little brother Ben Hansbrough took an elbow to the face from forward Tristan Thompson. Big bro Tyler didn't like that and got up in Thompson's face and had a few words for him. After a few seconds of screaming the two were separated...
INDIANAPOLIS -- It took nearly a full half before the Indiana Pacers realized they were playing one of the worst teams in the NBA. When they did wake, the Pacers were off and running. The Pacers used an 18-0 run that stretched from the end of the second quarter into the third quarter to beat the Cleveland Cavaliers 96-81 at Bankers Life Fieldhouse on Wednesday night. Paul George...