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Indiana got a steal by signing the former Knick Chris Copeland this offseason, but it appears he will have a minor setback. The Pacers announced today that he underwent arthroscopic surgery on his left knee to remove a loose body.
The Pacers are hopeful that Copeland will be ready by the beginning of training camp.
Copeland averaged 8.7 points a game and shot 42.1 percent from three in the regular season last year for the Knicks.
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Indiana Pacers forward Chris Copeland underwent successful arthroscopic surgery on his left knee, a procedure that is expected to sideline him for six to eight weeks, the team announced today.The operation was to remove a loose body from Copeland’s knee. It was performed earlier this morning in Indiana, and the recovery time is listed at six to eight weeks. Considering the current...
According to the Pacers, forward Chris Copeland underwent successful arthroscopic surgery on his left knee Friday and will miss approximately 6-8 weeks.
The Indiana Pacers announced Friday that forward Chris Copeland underwent successful arthroscopic surgery on his left knee to remove a loose body. The surgery was performed Friday morning at the Indiana Orthopaedic Hospital. Recovery...
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Have you ever wanted to get closer to the action on the hardwood?Well, Indiana Pacers center Roy Hibbert might have just granted your wish in this video of him working out while wearing the new Google Glass eyewear. Pretty neat, right?Google Glass may just change the way that all of us look at the world. Or it might just be one of those fads that comes and goes as easily as the...
Chris Copeland has already brought over the Knicks injury jinx to Indiana.
Copeland who signed a two-year $6 million pact with the Pacers last month underwent arthroscopic surgery on his left knee today in Indy and is out 6-to-8 weeks the team announced. With training camp to start around Oct. 1 Copeland should be back in time for the first day.
The Knicks passed on re-signing...
Indiana’s offseason moves have been, for the most part, universally praised. Between C.J. Watson, Solomon Hill, Chris Copeland and the newly acquired Luis Scola, their bench might actually have a pulse, and after bringing back David West, the entire vaunted starting five will return.
Oh, and they’re getting an All-Star back from injury. Should probably mention that, too.
If you’ve ever wondered what it would look like if you were 7 feet tall and could dunk a basketball, you’re in luck.
Pacers center Roy Hibbert recently did a workout using Google Glass, giving viewers the ability to see what he sees when he’s shooting jumpers, dunking or blocking a shot away. All things considered, it went a lot better than Victor Oladipo‘s attempt at wearing...
Indiana Pacers: Analyzing the Pacers’ Off Season Bench Moves
By Josh Morgan: HoopStuff Writer….
Following the success of last season, the Indiana Pacers came into this off season looking to improve a bench that was in dire need of improvement. After the priority of re-signing David West was met, Larry Bird and the rest of the front office went to work adding players around what...
Ever wondered what it would be like to look through the eyes of Indiana Pacers center Roy Hibbert?
Well, thanks to the below video, it appears that Google Glass has given us that rather unique insight as Roy decided to don a pair during a recent workout at the Pacers training facility:
Roy Hibbert is already hard at work this off-season after his Pacers came up short against the Miami Heat in the Eastern Conference…