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Tweet There aren’t many guys in the NBA who have the athletic ability of Gerald Green from the Indiana Pacers. The Houston Rockets got a glimpse of it last season when he caught this windmill alley-oop. It was on full display against the Chicago Bulls last week. As if we needed further proof Green [...]
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While it’s not exactly news that Pacers guard Gerald Green can get up, given that he won the McDonald’s High School All American dunk contest and the NBA dunk contest in 2007 as well as runner up in 2008, it’s … Continue reading →
Gerald Green's return to the NBA last year meant at least one thing: more awesome dunking Youtube videos.
Green's Pacers teammates had the unfortunately task of practicing alley-oop dunks before the former Celtics first-round pick at practice. Green outshined them all with his hops, soaring above the rim for a windmill and a two-handed slam. He was just...
Last week, Indiana Pacers forward Paul George tweeted a picture of teammate Gerald Green looking down at a ten foot rim.Below is the photo that George posted on his account and soon after, some skeptics thought the picture had been faked somehow:For those of you who think the picture was faked, you need to check out this video of Green doing the leap and clearly, the jump was legit:
We all know that Gerald Green is an athletic freak. But this video is just further confirmation of that fact.
Watch as Green jumps during a Indiana Pacers training session, with his head well and truly above the rim.
The Indiana Pacers are definitely a team to watch in the east this upcoming season. Especially if you have an affinity for high flying dunkers. The photo above was posted to Paul George’s instagram account of teammate Gerald Green kissing the rim. Check out video from the Pacers fan jam of the two showcasing [...]
Amazingly, Gerald Green has restarted his career in the NBA. The Celtics' former first-round draft pick is playing with the Pacers and wouldn't you know it, he's still dunking.
Green flashed the one skill that always made Boston fans, "wow" on Friday night, dunking over the Bulls on an alley-oop from David West. Green has had a solid preseason...
Indiana Pacers forward Danny Granger is out indefinitely because of a sore left knee.
Team officials said Tuesday that Granger will get a second opinion on the injury and an update will be provided following that visit.
The announcement comes one day before Indiana opens its season at Toronto, and losing the 6-foot- 8 former All-Star could be a real blow. Granger led the Pacers...
Check out this pic of former Celtics slam dunk champion Gerald Green at a Pacers practice. Say what you will about his game, but his jumping ability is simply unreal.
Tweet Forward Danny Granger, the Indiana Pacers leading scorer each of the last five seasons, will be out indefinitely with soreness in his left knee, per a report from the Pacers official Twitter account: Forward @dgranger33 has continued soreness in his left knee and will be out indefinitely. — Indiana Pacers (@Pacers) October 30, 2012 [...]
Indiana Pacers forward Danny Granger will be out indefinitely with continued soreness in his left knee, the team announced Tuesday. Granger will get a second opinion from doctors. The 29-year-old is entering his eighth season with the Pacers. He started 62 games last season and averaged 18.7 points per game.
Here we go. The 2012-2013 NBA season kicks off on Tuesday, with the Indiana Pacers opening their campaign against the Raptors in Toronto on Wednesday.It's an exciting time to be a Pacers fan, after this rising team of young talents and experienced veterans defied expectations to finish with a 42-24 record last season (equivalent to 52 games in an 82-game season) before pushing...
Ok, kids, we are off and running on the NBA season! Wheeeeeeee. Today I give you the first daily fantasy notes post of the year. I’ll be posting daily notes 5 days a week, Monday through Friday, usually in the late morning (EST!) sometime. What you’ll get here is a spotlight on certain players from the previous night’s games and usually a recommendation about him. Good times...
After winning a playoff series for the first time in seven seasons, the Indiana Pacers want to take the next step.
Preseason predictions that the Toronto Raptors will suffer through a fifth straight losing season have them motivated to prove the naysayers wrong.
The Pacers won all three meetings with the Raptors in 2011-12, and they'll look to make it four straight in the series...