Found February 07, 2013 on
New York Knicks
Los Angeles Clippers
New Orleans Pelicans
San Antonio Spurs
Neither Pacer will be considered a favorite, but both will have a chance.
Gerald Green, who is pretty much a bench warmer these days, will get an opportunity to at least do something on the court when he competes in the dunk comp at All-Star Weekend in Houston. Green is an insane dunker, and would be the favorite if it weren't for New York's James White. These two have duked it out in lesser comps before and I believe are a class above the other dunkers. They may be the worst players in the contest but they are by far the best dunkers.
That said, since fan voting will decide the winner, it might turn out to be a silly popularity contest, and that's why higher profile guys like Eric Bledsoe (Clippers)could end up taking it out. I also think Terrence Ross, who has sick hops, is a serious dark horse. The other contestants are Kenneth Faried (Denver) and last year's winner Jeremy Evans (Utah). Either way, with White and Green in there, I think it will be one of t...
BEST OF MAXIM
AROUND THE WEB
There’s dodgeball then there’s dodgeball with NBA players. This dodgeball event was planned thanks to Roy Hibbert’s “Area-55″ and George Hill, Paul George’s ” G2 Zone” (special fan cheering sections) who had off-season auditions for Pacers season tickets, and a lucky few from these fan groups were selected to play a little dodgeball. Also, major [...]The post Roy...
A few members of the Indiana Pacers spent their scheduled day off on Thursday playing some dodgeball, as Paul George, Roy Hibbert and George Hill played a few games with some of their fans.
Visit us at holdoutsports.com and follow us on Twitter @HoldoutSports.
Weary or not, the Indiana Pacers found the energy to beat the Philadelphia 76ers.
Roy Hibbert had 16 points and 13 rebounds to lead the Pacers to an 88-69 victory over Philadelphia on Wednesday night.
The Central Division-leading Pacers won their third game in three nights. Paul George, George Hill and David West each scored 15 for the Pacers, the only team to play back-to-back...
KNOCK IT DOWN
The Toronto Raptors were able to force overtime Friday night versus the Indiana Pacers; it prove beneficial to Toronto as they sealed the win with a Rudy Gay game-winner. Paul George is guarding Gay, but even his defenses can’t stop Gay’s silky J.The post Rudy Gay’s Game-Winner Vs Indiana Pacers (Video) appeared first on The NBA Mistress.
One of them makes it rain, one of them brings the pain.
After such a stellar stretch, the Indiana Pacers were due for a letdown game, and boy did they throw it away against the Toronto Raptors, losing 100-98 in overtime and snapping their 15-game home winning streak. And full credit to the Raptors too, for never giving up and fighting through till the end despite getting some pretty dubious calls against them.
What happened was this...
Jeremy Evans, last season's champion, headlines a group that includes Eric Bledsoe, Kenneth Faried, Terrence Ross, Gerald Green and James White.
Thursday night, TNT’s Inside The NBA crew revealed the six participants in the 2013 Sprite Slam Dunk Contest. The list includes Eric Bledsoe, Kenneth Faried, Terrence Ross…blah, blah, blah…nobody cares. Why? Because the only people that matter are James “Flight” White and Gerald Green, who will finally face each other in a dunk contest on American soil (see above video...
Next weeks NBA All-Star Game weekend in Houston Texas should be a dazzler with the 3-point contest, rising stars challenge, skills competition, the All-Star game itself, and the Slam Dunk Contest.The Slam Dunk contest participants are as follows: Jeremy Evans (Utah Jazz), Gerald Green (Indiana Pacers), Terrence Ross (Toronto Raptor), James White (NY Knicks), Eric Bledsoe (LA Clippers...
The participants have been announced for this year’s Sprite Dunk contest. There are a lot of new faces on board and a few that are guarenteed to bring excitement. Let’s take a look at whose got next and peep what type of fun we should be expecting.
With last year’s winner Utah Jazz’s Jeremy Evans, Pacers Gerald Green, Terrence Ross, Knicks rookie – and an urban dunking...