Found December 10, 2011 on
New Orleans Pelicans
While the rest of the world is still trying to digest the Chris Paul to LA Lakers trade that never was but may still yet happen, the Pacers have been busy trying to reshape their own roster.One of the first things they will do is re-sign Jeff Foster to a one year contract so that he can hopefully finish his career in Indiana, where he belongs. Very classy move by the Pacers. Jeff won't do as much on the court as he used to, especially at his age (he'll be 35 in January) and with the mileage on his meter, but he'll be a stabilizing force in the locker room and help the Pacers' young players develop and keep their heads on straight.Reports are also suggesting that the Pacers will cut ties with Mr "Three Pointers Only" James Posey, who did not appear at training camp. The Pacers would like to send Posey and his fat contract packing, but are thinking of ways to avoid using the valuable amnesty clause on him. Maybe they can work something out, but at this st...
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Remember when James Posey arrived in Indiana as a side piece in the Darren Collison deal and everyone said he could be a hidden gem? A guy considered a key to Miami and Boston's championship runs, Posey was expected to be a leader on and off the floor, provide solid defense and timely three point shooting.But as often is the case when highly touted players arrive in Indiana...
High expectations have returned to Indiana.
Coach Frank Vogel could barely contain his excitement after running his first practice since getting his interim tag removed over the summer. The Pacers made the playoffs last season, and Pacers president Larry Bird says he wants to add pieces to a solid young core that features Danny Granger, Darren Collison, Roy Hibbert, Paul George...
Only a couple of player reviews left, and it's only fitting that the second last one is that of arguably the second most important player on the Pacers last season, big man center Roy Hibbert.At a glance of his overall stats, Hibbert had a decent third season in the NBA, where he played in 81 games (80 starts), played 27.7 minutes a night and averaging 12.7 points, 7.5 rebounds...
The Indiana Pacers are prepared to make an offer for free agent David West.
According to Yahoo!Sports, the Pacers are ready to make an offer on the New Orleans Hornets star if the Boston Celtics can’t reach a deal with the Hornets. Boston, which is over the salary cap, is limited to the size of the offer while under sign-and-trade rules.
The Pacers, on the other hand, have the...
Danny Granger and his dog would like to thank you for making real basketball relevant in his Batcave again.
Jeff Foster has spent his entire career with the Pacers.
Indiana Pacers big man Jeff Foster had a number of teams express interest in him. Foster, a blue-collar player, was flattered by the interest, but he couldn't resist the opportunity to start and finish his career in the same organization.
Indiana Pacers forward Danny Granger has taken his frustration with NBA commissioner David Stern to his Twitter page. Granger, like a lot of people in the NBA, wasn't happy that Stern blocked the trade that was going to send All-Star guard Chris Paul from New Orleans to the Los Angeles Lakers to team with fellow All-Star Kobe Bryant in a three-team deal that also included the...
Danny Granger referred to the Indiana Pacers' roster situation as "up in the air." Coach Frank Vogel said they're just rolling with things. Paul George mentioned they're going with the flow.
Indiana Pacer Danny Granger has announced that he would like to follow in the footsteps of fellow professional athletes Chad Ochocinco and Metta World Peace and change his last name to "Stern's Bi#&h" in light of the blocked CP3 trade. I wonder how long it will take before Danny announces his twitter account was hacked, just like Lamar Odom a short while ago.
Guard T.J. Ford, who had spent the past three seasons with Indiana, signed with the San Antonio Spurs Friday.
Over the last few years, Twitter has completely changed the NBA experience. It gives basketball fans a place to congregate online in order to discuss breaking news or thrilling games. It gives reporters a mechanism to get their scoops to readers as quickly as possible, without having to worry about wasting precious moments for the…
David West. Nene. Carl Landry. Paul Millsap. Those are some of the players fans have heard as possible power forward acquisitions for the Indiana Pacers.
The Pacers and David West are making progress on a two-year, $20 million deal.