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Indiana Pacers guard Lance Stephenson thought it would be a good idea to test his mettle against Tyson Chandler, and he learned it was a bad thought. Lance went directly at New York Knicks center Tyson Chandler and got denied in a nasty foul-ish way.
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You would think that the athletes of the NBA wouldn’t have issues with a simple high-five but check out this blown high five between New York Knicks teammate Chris Copeland and Tyson Chandler.
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Things that Indiana Pacers Lance Stephenson learned tonight…
1) If you trying to throw down a monster dunk, it’s a good decision to have an open lane to do so
2) If Tyson Chandler is standing in the way, you will get denied
3) Tyson Chandler will send you to the ground hard if you attempt to dunk on him:
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George Hill was ruled out for Game 5 by the Indiana Pacers due to a concussion suffered in Game 4.
The Pacers had kept Hill's injury quiet.
Hill believes he suffered the injury when being hit in the head by Tyson Chandler.
D.J. Augustin will start and Frank Vogel said that Paul George could even see some time at the point.
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The Indiana Pacers flew to the Big Apple last night to attempt to close out the New York Knicks, but after they arrived they found they’d have to do so without one of their key players. Less than two hours before tipoff, the Pacers announced point guard George Hill would miss the contest due to a concussion, reporters Zach Schonbrun of The New York Times.Pacers coach Frank Vogel...
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The Knicks had a grind out 85-75 victory over the Pacers in Game 5, forcing the series back to Indy for a Game 6 show down. After the Knicks failed to protect home court in Game 1 at the Garden, it has become apparent the team would need to steal one game in Indy. The Knicks failed to do so in Games 3 and 4, but will have the opportunity at redemption in a must...
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The Indiana Pacers head into Game 6 against the New York Knicks in unfamiliar territory.
Point guard George Hill is out with a concussion, NBA rules requiring him to pass a concussion test before he can play again. The Pacers have no idea whether that will come in time for Saturday night's potential closeout game.
Officially, the team says Hill is day-to-day.
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