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Milwaukee is simply one of those teams the Pacers don't match up well against, primarily because of the quickness of their guards, Brandon Jennings and Monta Ellis.
As expected, the dynamic backcourt duo gave the Pacers all sorts of problems and combined for 55 points, with Jennings' 34 leading the way in their 98-93 win, their second of the season against Indiana.
But it was former Pacer Mike Dunleavy that provided the spark the Bucks needed by returning from injury to score 17 points, including a four-point play and a big bucket down the stretch to hold the Pacers at bay.
To be honest, it wasn't a horrible loss for the Pacers considering their careless turnovers (20!) and their problems with quick guards who can create their own shot off the dribble. Despite the crazy baskets Jennings was hitting (the Bucks would have been blown out if he was missing them), the Pacers were right there for the majority of the game and even had a chance to tie it with less th...
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MILWAUKEE (AP) -- Mike Dunleavy missed the previous seven games because of a bruised left knee. The way he played Tuesday night, it was hard to tell.
Dunleavy scored 17 points off the bench, including grabbing a key rebound and scoring on a putback after missing a 3-pointer with 1:35 left, to help the Milwaukee Bucks hold off the Indiana Pacers 98-93.
"It was nice to have...
The Indiana Pacers recalled center Miles Plumlee on Monday after sending the rookie to its NBA Developmental League team last week. Before he was shipped to Fort Wayne for a second time this season, Plumlee had seen little playing time in four games with the Pacers, totaling four points and five rebounds. Plumlee, a 6-foot-10 Indiana native who played college ball at Duke, was...
MILWAUKEE -- If there was any rust in Mike Dunleavy's game, it certainly didn't show.
After missing the last six games and seven of eight with a bone bruise in his left knee, Dunleavy looked like he hadn't missed a beat. While he may have picked up right where he left off, the Bucks needed him back and his impact in Tuesday's 98-93 victory over Indiana was evident...
MILWAUKEE -- The Milwaukee Bucks and Indiana Pacers have a history of bad blood. Naturally, Pacers coach Frank Vogel was asked if he expected any carryover from previous incidents into Tuesday's game.
His answer was telling. Vogel said his team doesn't go into games thinking about it, but another hard foul might "refresh" the Pacers' memory.
When two teams see...
MILWAUKEE -- Brandon Jennings scored seven of his season-high 34 points during a one-minute stretch in the fourth quarter as the Bucks beat Indiana, 98-93, Tuesday night at the BMO Harris Bradley Center. Tied at 85-85 with 4:31 left, Jennings made a 16-footer from the corner to put Milwaukee up, 87-85. After Larry Sanders blocked David West, George Hill fouled Jennings on a missed...
Is it just me, or does Gerald Green stay in the air for a ridiculously long time? The dunk helped the Pacers knock off the Jazz 104-84. If you somehow forgot, it is absolutely confirmed that Gerald Green has hops for days, for example you could click on this LINK.
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It's all starting to come together for Gerald Green and the Indiana Pacers.
Green scored a season-high 21 points to help the Indiana Pacers beat the Utah Jazz 104-84 on Wednesday night.
Paul George had 20 points, 11 rebounds and four blocks, and George Hill also scored 20 and had five assists for the Pacers, who matched their largest victory margin of the season and won for...
Figured I would knock out 2 videos with one stone here.Â The first one is my man James Harden tossing a pass to Greg Smith between the legs of Philadelphia center Spencer Hawes and giving him some wobbly legs.
The second video is Indiana Pacers guard Gerald Green throwing down one of the more high flying dunks of the year in the NBA over top of Earl Watson of the Utah Jazz.Â...
Yawn. Boring old dunk for Gerald Green. Just doing what he does and what he does is a lot better than most people. Â Still baffled that he hasn't won slam dunk contests with his "Cupcake" dunk and the no shoes dunk. Â At least Dr. J understood the shoeless dunk. Most fans will never understand.
The Pacers have re-assigned rookie Miles Plumlee to the Fort Wayne Mad Ants.
There are few players in the NBA that have the athleticism of Indiana Pacers forward Gerald Green and during last night's game against the Utah Jazz, he showed his insane leaping ability.Watch as he flies to the basket and throws down a video-game like dunk at Bankers Life Fieldhouse: