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With top spot secure, Pacers to rest George, West, Stephenson, Watson Wednesday

Monday night Erik Spoelstra and the Heat threw in the towel on the chase for the No. 1 seed — they sat LeBron James and Chris Bosh, then promptly lost to the Wizards. 178 more words

Miami Heat

Paul George, David West, Lance Stephenson to sit for Pacers' season finale

The Pacers will rest Paul George, David West and Lance Stephenson for the team’s season finale, a game on the road against the Orlando Magic, according to Scott Agness, the team’s beat reporter for Pacers.com. 152 more words


Pacers resemble themselves again, beat Thunder

In spite of it all, Indiana may have home court throughout the Eastern Conference playoffs.

Which is huge — at home in recent weeks they have beaten the Miami Heat and now Oklahoma City Thunder, but they are a 20-20 team on the road. 295 more words

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Serge Ibaka T'd up for getting in ref's face after foul call against Pacers (VIDEO)

This probably should have been an ejection.

In the third quarter of Sunday’s contest between the Thunder and the Pacers, Serge Ibaka committed an obvious foul by shoving C.J. 100 more words

Oklahoma City Thunder

Pacers to rest all five starters Wednesday vs. Bucks

Call it rest, call it a message, call it whatever you will, Pacers coach Frank Vogel is being bold in trying to snap his team out of their malaise (3-7 in last 10, 8-12 in last 20). 462 more words

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The Extra Pass: Fixing Pacers offense not simple, easy

The Indiana Pacers are a mess.

A second place in the conference mess. The team’s month-long swoon — one that has gone from “oh, these stretches happen to every team” to “maybe we should really be worried here” — finally caught up with them when the Pacers’ loss to the Spurs Monday night allowed the Miami Heat to pass the Pacers for the top spot in the Eastern Conference. 948 more words

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Review: The Everything Songwriting Book: All You Need to Create and Market Hit Songs

I read quite many a book on songwriting/lyricism, so it makes sense that I’ve had this for a while on my Kindle backlog, but I’m trying to understand how I haven’t read this in full before now. 261 more words