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There was a fracas last night near the end of the game between the Milwaukee Bucks and Indiana Pacers. Larry Sanders of the Bucks got called for a foul and tried to go after the Pacers' George Hill, Danny Granger, and David West.Sanders was held back by his teammates but he broke loose and tried to go after the Pacers' players again before he is finally sent back to the locker room.It's not even the playoffs yet and tension is already high in the NBA.
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MILWAUKEE -- Bucks forward Larry Sanders has been suspended two games by the NBA for his actions Thursday night in Indiana.Late in the fourth quarter of Milwaukee's loss to the Pacers, Sanders picked up three personal fouls and two technical fouls in the span of 19 seconds as he fouled out and was ejected simultaneously. However, that wasn't what earned Sanders the suspension...
Last night's Milwaukee Bucks/Indiana Pacers game got a little chippy as Bucks forward Larry Sanders got into an altercation with Pacers forward David West.After the original confrontation, Sanders almost throws a punch and almost starts the first ever "Malice at Conseco Fieldhouse" with Pacers guard George Hill and Danny Granger:(Courtesy of Bob's Blitz)
It’s no secret that teams often, if not always, have certain players that probably wouldn’t associate with each other if not for being placed on the same roster. Apparently former Pacer and current Buck forward Mike Dunleavy and current Pacer forward Tyler Hansbrough are among that group.
After the Buck’s 118-109 loss to the Pacers on Thursday night, Dunleavy didn’t exactly...
It's official. The Milwaukee Bucks and Indiana Pacers do not like each other. At the moment, that appears to have even turned into a mutual disrespect towards the other.
While the Bucks' playoff hopes were perhaps destroyed entirely with the loss in Indiana on Thursday night, Milwaukee didn't go down without a fight. Literally.The first instance happened early in the...
Danny Granger scored 29 points to help the Indiana Pacers beat the Milwaukee Bucks 118-109 on Thursday night and clinch homecourt advantage in the first round of the playoffs.
George Hill had 22 points and eight assists and David West added 21 points, 14 rebounds and seven assists for the Pacers, who won their seventh straight and 11th of 12. The Pacers have now scored at least...
I expected the Pacers to lose this one, only because they were due for a letdown after resting yesterday and having secured homecourt advantage in the first round of the playoffs. And of course, the 76ers were out for revenge after losing to Indy in Philly just a few nights ago and desperate to get back into form before the playoffs. So yes, the loss was expected -- after all, the...
Look at the top of the NBA’s Eastern Conference standings as this lockout-shortened regular season draws to a close.
The top two teams look familiar — the Chicago Bulls and the Miami Heat.
The third-place team in the East? It isn’t the Boston Celtics. It isn’t the Orlando Magic.
It’s the Indiana Pacers.
The long-suffering franchise has climbed to a 41-22 record, winning...
Danny Granger addressed the lack of attention the team -- which is currently the third seed in the East -- receives from the national media.
Brandon Jennings scored 30 points to lead the Milwaukee Bucks to a 106-95 victory over the New Jersey Nets on Saturday night that kept their slim playoff hopes alive.
Jennings, who hit three straight 3-pointers late in the game, was 9 of 18 from the field and finished with six rebounds, six assists and four steals.
Ersan Ilyasova added 17 points and 17 rebounds for the Bucks, who...
The surging Indiana Pacers have locked up the No. 3 seed in the Eastern Conference playoff race.
The inconsistent Philadelphia 76ers could finally wrap up the East's last available playoff spot Saturday night.
Indiana looks to extend its longest winning streak in eight seasons to eight as the visiting 76ers try to win two straight for just the second time in six weeks.
Another Bucks game, another blown opportunity. Milwaukee essentially sealed their lottery fate by giving up 121 points to the Wizards, who had scored a total of 241 in their last three games combined. As usual, offense wasn’t the problem for Milwaukee. They scored 112 themselves, including a 31-point fourth quarter. It doesn’t matter how many you score when the opposition...