Found February 18, 2012 on
Indiana Pacers starting point guard Darren Collison played only the final 22 seconds of the fourth quarter in Thursday's victory over the New Jersey Nets.
BEST OF MAXIM
Paul George was a super sleeper coming into the season, and he's lived up to the hype. Some nights have been better than others, and tonight was a goodie.
Danny Granger will take the headlines for leading the Pacers with 32 points in the Pacers 93-88 win over the Nets. But George, who will compete in this year's dunk competition, filled the stat sheet with 11 points...
There's no denying it: the Indiana Pacers are in a slump. But at least they gutted out an ugly win tonight against the struggling New Jersey Nets, 93-88, relying on Danny Granger's 32 points (despite a sprained ankle) to snap their season-high 5 game losing streak. Can you believe it? Not that long ago the team was boasting that it hadn't lost 2 in a row all season...
IT’S SABU, SABU HAS RETURNED TO THE BANKERS LIFE FIELDHOUSE*
Sadly when the lights come on there’s nobody there with a chair to toss at Kris Humphries’ face and jump kick it, but the power randomly going out during the second quarter of Thursday night’s game between the Indiana Pacers and New Jersey Nets was still pretty funny.
It caused a five minute delay and did about...
NOTHING TO SEE HERE
I guess that the basketball gods didn't really care too much about last night's Indiana Pacers/New Jersey Nets game. During the second quarter, the lights went out as the Nets had possession of the ball:The delay lasted for five minutes as the Pacers won by the final of 93-88.
Pacers forward Danny Granger is expected to start Thursday against New Jersey. Indiana lost its top scorer with a sprained left ankle in the first quarter of Tuesday's loss to Miami. Granger also sat out Wednesday's loss at Cleveland. About 75 minutes before tipoff, coach Frank Vogel said Granger would start.
Danny Granger scored 32 points, including four clutch free throws down the stretch, as Indiana held off New Jersey, 93-88, at Bankers Life Fieldhouse.
Beast of the Night: Danny Granger returned from a one-game absence with a bum ankle to put up 32 points, five rebounds, an assist, a steal, a block and four made three-pointers last night against the Nets. He shot 50 percent (10-20) from the field, 89 percent (8-9) from the floor and had two turnovers. [...]
Lose 93-88 to Indiana Pacers
Indiana Pacers second-year guard Paul George received an invitation Thursday to take part in the slam dunk competition during All-Star weekend in Orlando, Fla.
INDIANAPOLIS — By the end, both sides were going on fumes. The Nets, shorthanded all year, were playing another back-to-back scenario, the second leg of a brutal five games in six nights segment. The Pacers were finishing their three games in three nights sentence handed down by the court of NBA...
Danny Granger scored 32 points despite playing on a sprained left ankle and led the Indiana Pacers past the New Jersey Nets 93-88 on Thursday night.