Found March 14, 2013 on Midwest Sports Fans:
Indiana Pacers’ broadcast analyst Quinn Buckner was at his best on Wednesday night. The longtime Pacers television commentator is typically a calm individual during a broadcast. When Buckner does show his excitement, it’s something that the viewers will not soon forget. On Wednesday night, the Pacers hosted the Minnesota Timberwolves in Banker’s Life Fieldhouse. While the game wasn’t all that interesting, an Ian Mahinmi block late in the third quarter got Buckner all fired up for his team:   I’m not sure exactly what Q.B. said, but it had something to do with smothered chicken. What makes this even funnier? Last season, in another Pacers home game against the Wolves, Buckner had another emphatic call after this put-back slam by George Hill: I guess Minnesota just brings out the best in the Pacers and Quinn Buckner. ***** The post Pacers Analyst Quinn Buckner Goes Crazy After Blocked Shot appeared first on Midwest Sports Fans.
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