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Mike Tyson is kind of like the crazy drunk uncle who shows up during the holidays–or in this case, the set of ESPN’s Sports Nation.
The now much more ‘lovable’ Tyson went on his usually incoherent rant before demonstrating on a punching bag just how Steph Curry should’ve handled the much bigger Roy Hibbert during last week’s Pacers vs Warriors brawl.
As predicted hilarity ensued…
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Indiana Pacers forward Danny Granger return from a knee injury was short-lived. He’s once again experiencing discomfort in his knee, and he’ll be sidelined for at least the next week while the Pacers evaluate his injury, according to Gary Washburn of The Boston Globe.Danny Granger will miss the next week with knee soreness #pacers #celtics— gary washburn (@GwashNBAGlobe)...
The Indiana Pacers joined joined WTHR, an NBC affiliate, on Tuesday and took over the newsroom. Ben Hansbrough attempted to get his footing right in the weather segment while older bro, Tyler was in for the play-by-play and called the HS game-winner from earlier this week. D.J. Augustin manned the control room, Lance Stephenson scrolled through the teleprompter and George Hill...
Danny Granger, who made his season debut February 23rd after missing over three months due to a knee injury, will sit out to rest and receive treatments on his sore left knee and be re-evaluated next week. The Pacers forward is averaging 5.4 points and 1.8 rebounds in 15 minutes off of the bench since returning.
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The Indiana Pacers announced Wednesday that forward...
According to CSNNE's Greg Dickerson, Pacers forward Danny Granger has re-aggrevated his knee injury, and will miss tonight's game against the Celtics.
Granger out for pacers tonight and out for up to a week
— greg dickerson (@gdickerson_csn) March 6, 2013
In past seasons, this would be a huge break for the C's. After all, from 2007-12 (5 seasons) Granger averaged...
Boston came up with one of their best wins of the year, scoring 11 straight points down the stretch to take down the Indian Pacers, 83-81. Pacer's fans began the game in a merry mood, only to have their hearts ripped out by the clutch Celtic run, ending on Jeff Green's last-second layup.
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Danny Granger will be reevaluated in a week.
The Indiana Pacers have surged into second place in the Eastern Conference and have an excellent chance to win their first Central Division title in nine years.
Anything beyond that may involve getting past the Boston Celtics.
In a possible playoff preview, Indiana seeks an eighth victory in nine tries Wednesday night by preventing visiting Boston from extending its winning streak...
Let me be honest: This game was billed as a potential playoff preview but Indiana is a team I’d rather avoid. The Pacers are a very good team, probably the only real challenger to the Miami Heat in the Eastern Conference. A Celtics-Pacers series sounds like a more graceful version of last year’s grindy Celtics-76ers tilt, except this time the odds wouldn’t be in the Celtics...