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Clearly, there is something in the water in Indiana as this is our second amazing slam dunk that we are posting from game two of the Atlanta Hawks/Indiana Pacers playoff series. This dunk happened in the second quarter as Gerald Green rises for an epic slam dunk over Josh Smith: *** Gerald Green dunks on Josh Smith [@CJZero]
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Indiana Pacers forward Gerald Green drove from the three point line and threw down a powerful jam over Atlanta Hawks forward Josh Smith that brought the Bankers Life Fieldhouse crowd to their feet during the second quarter of Wednesday night's Game 2 of their NBA Eastern Conference first round playoff game.
Green came off the bench for 15 points to help the Pacers to a 113...
The status of Atlanta Hawks forward Josh Smith was in question after he missed Monday’s practice due to a sprained ankle. However, Smith alleviated the doubt yesterday, as he returned to practice and told reporters – including Chris Vivlamore of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution – that he plans to start Game 2.The Hawks leading scorer could still feel the impact of the sprained...
Atlanta Hawks forward Josh Smith missed Monday’s team practice due to a sprained right ankle, reports Chris Vivlamore of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.Josh Smith did not participate in practice with ankle injury. Day-to-day. #ATLHawks— Chris Vivlamore (@ajchawks) April 22, 2013 Smith received treatment on his ankle yesterday, and the Hawks are hopeful that he’ll be able...
Josh Smith will be in Atlanta's starting lineup Wednesday night at Indiana.
The Hawks forward sprained his right ankle after stepping on Devin Harris' foot late in Sunday's 107-90 loss. Indiana leads the best-of-seven first-round series 1-0.
Coach Larry Drew said before the team's morning shootaround he expects Smith to be ''full go.'' Smith adds...
Tweet The Indiana Pacers are having a bit of a dunkfest in the second game of their first round playoff matchup with the Atlanta Hawks. Late in the first quarter it was center Roy Hibbert who served up this one on Ivan Johnson. In the second quarter Gerald Green, the human pogo stick, took [...]
The Pacers are putting on a dunk show in Indiana on Wednesday night. After Roy Hibbert demolished Ivan Johnson, Gerald Green one-upped his teammate with a driving dunk all over Josh Smith, which may be the best dunk of the playoffs thus far:
Last night’s Game 2 between the Pacers and the Hawks was relegated to NBA TV. So those with basic cable missed this David West-to-Gerald Green Hail Mary at the end of the third quarter.
That play gave the Pacers an 88-76 lead. Indiana held on to beat Atlanta 113-98, taking a 2-0 series lead, in a game that featured several poster-worthy dunks, including this Roy Hibbert-over-Ivan...
The Pacers didn’t just beat the Hawks on Wednesday night in Indianapolis, they made them look foolish in the process.
First, it was big man Roy Hibbert posterizing Atlanta’s Ivan Johnson near the tail end of the first quarter. Former Slam Dunk champion Gerald Green then followed suit about seven minutes later, abusing Josh Smith — himself a former dunk contest winner — with...
Did that really just happen?
Reminiscent of Doug Flutie’s hail mary pass back in ’84, Indian Pacer David West channeled his inner quarterback to connect with Gerald Green on a nice end-to-end lob for the uncontested basket in the 3rd quarter during tonight’s Hawks-Pacers matchup (which the Pacers ended up winning 113-98 to lead the series 2-0).
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Move aside Geno Smith and Ryan Nassib. Pacers forward David West showed off his throwing arm by hitting Gerald Green on a buzzer-beating touchdown pass to finish the third quarter of Game Two of the Hawks-Packers series.
With the eighth pick in the 2013 NFL Draft, the Buffalo Bills select David West, Xavier University.