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Indiana Pacers head coach Frank Vogel talked with me about his team entering this season with high expectations, getting through an injury to Danny Granger and what the team learned from the loss last season to the Miami Heat in the playoffs.
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While it’s not exactly news that Pacers guard Gerald Green can get up, given that he won the McDonald’s High School All American dunk contest and the NBA dunk contest in 2007 as well as runner up in 2008, it’s … Continue reading →
The Indiana Pacers were hoping to enter the 2012-13 NBA season with improved depth after shaking up their roster considerably during the summer.
What depth they do have took a hit Tuesday and will be tested early and often.
Pacers forward Danny Granger has been dealing with pain in his left knee and will be out indefinitely, the Associated Press reported Tuesday. That leaves Indiana...
Indiana Pacers forward Danny Granger is out indefinitely because of a sore left knee.
Team officials said Tuesday that Granger will get a second opinion on the injury and an update will be provided following that visit.
The announcement comes one day before Indiana opens its season at Toronto, and losing the 6-foot- 8 former All-Star could be a real blow. Granger led the Pacers...
Last week, Indiana Pacers forward Paul George tweeted a picture of teammate Gerald Green looking down at a ten foot rim.Below is the photo that George posted on his account and soon after, some skeptics thought the picture had been faked somehow:For those of you who think the picture was faked, you need to check out this video of Green doing the leap and clearly, the jump was legit:
I tell you what: I was ready to write about how it was a long season and that a road loss to the Raptors in the Pacers' season opener was not an alarm but a learning experience. Danny Granger is out indefinitely with a knee injury and George Hill is still recovering from hip and thumb injuries -- those were the excuses I was going to use (and not the fact that the Raptors flat...
Tweet Forward Danny Granger, the Indiana Pacers leading scorer each of the last five seasons, will be out indefinitely with soreness in his left knee, per a report from the Pacers official Twitter account: Forward @dgranger33 has continued soreness in his left knee and will be out indefinitely. — Indiana Pacers (@Pacers) October 30, 2012 [...]
Indiana Pacers forward Danny Granger will be out indefinitely with continued soreness in his left knee, the team announced Tuesday. Granger will get a second opinion from doctors. The 29-year-old is entering his eighth season with the Pacers. He started 62 games last season and averaged 18.7 points per game.
Ok, kids, we are off and running on the NBA season! Wheeeeeeee. Today I give you the first daily fantasy notes post of the year. I’ll be posting daily notes 5 days a week, Monday through Friday, usually in the late morning (EST!) sometime. What you’ll get here is a spotlight on certain players from the previous night’s games and usually a recommendation about him. Good times...
Indiana Pacer Gerald Green can jump to the point that his head is higher than the rim.
He's a career 8.3 ppg scorer with 2.3 rebounds, and...0.3 blocks
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George Hill scored the go-ahead basket with two seconds left, completing the Indiana Pacers' rally for a 90-88 season-opening win over the Toronto Raptors on Wednesday night.
David West scored 14 of his 25 points in the fourth quarter, and Paul George had 14 points and 15 rebounds for the Pacers, who trailed 84-74 with just under six minutes left. Roy Hibbert added 14 points...
David West talked with me about how the Pacers grew from their series against the Miami Heat last year and why expectations are high in the locker room this season.
Despite having a successful season, it appears this expectations are low once again this season for the Indiana Pacers by most members of the media and fans outside of Indiana.
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