Found December 26, 2012 on
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With heavy snow in the forecast for Indianapolis, the Indiana Pacers postponed their scheduled Wednesday night home game against the Chicago Bulls. No makeup date was immediately announced, but tickets for Wednesday's game will be valid for the rescheduled game. The team cited the weather conditions and concerns over travel safety as the reasons for the postponement. The Pacers (16-12) and Bulls (15-12) rank first and second in the Central Division. The delay might benefit the Bulls, who played Tuesday, losing 120-97 at home against the Houston Rockets. Chicago forward Luol Deng sustained a right ankle injury in the game, which left him questionable for Wednesday. The Pacers haven't played since Saturday, when they beat the Hornets 81-75 in New Orleans. Indiana has won six of its past seven games, while Chicago has lost three of its past five.
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During a break in the action at the United Center during the Chicago Bulls-Houston Rockets game on Christmas Day, the Bulls' Dunk Trampoline Team, known as the "Elevators", put on their high-flying act while wearing Santa Claus costumes. Unfortunately, one of the Santas had a slight miscalculation with his dunk and ended up smashing his face on the rim.
Dang. I was looking forward to this one.
But the weather gods have not been kind to Indiana, as the Pacers' Boxing Day game against the Chicago Bulls has been canceled due to a monstrous snowstorm.
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Omer Asik enjoyed his trip back to Chicago. And he received help from James Harden and Jeremy Lin.
Asik returned to the United Center and had a double-double with 20 points and 18 rebounds to lead the Houston Rockets to a 120-97 win over the Chicago Bulls on Tuesday night.
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''Omer is a big...
Last night the Houston Rockets put a hurting on the Chicago Bulls. It was painful. But not as painful as this missed dunk attempt by this Santa Claus at halftime. I don’t think it was very merry for Father Christmas here. Watch below:
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