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  • Both coaches were holding their cards close to the vest in advance of tonight’s critical Game 2. Indiana’s Frank Vogel hinted Monday he might assign…
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Hibbert says he’s the “weak link on defense,” hopes for better Game 2

Only the Houston Rockets took more threes than the Atlanta Hawks per game this season (25.8), so the Pacers had to know what was coming in Game 1, especially with Paul Millsap at the four and Pero Antic starting at center — spread the floor and launch threes. 422 more words

Indiana Pacers

(8) Hawks vs (1) Pacers (Preview)

After starting the season off strong Indiana slumped its way to the finish line. At the beginning of the season they were as good as anyone; towards the end they were as bad as anyone. 190 more words


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

Hibbert, Hill stymie Pacers' revival

By Steve Aschburner, NBA.com

There is a particular reason why the Chicago Bulls have mourned the absence of All-Star point guard Derrick Rose and, in healthier times, felt confident about their chances against the two-time defending champion Miami Heat: 660 more words

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What ails Hibbert & the Pacers

I had a chance to pencil down some thoughts in regards to the Pacers recent train wreck in the second half of the season.

It’s easy to kick them when they are down, but here are a few faults they are displaying, which directly or otherwise effect Hibbert: 427 more words

Dwyane Wade will miss Miami Heat's showdown with Indiana Pacers

So who is playing in the fourth and final regular-season version of Heat vs. Pacers on Friday?

Good question.

Not surprisingly, Indiana coach Frank Vogel said all five of his starters – Paul George, Roy Hibbert, David West, Lance Stephenson and George Hill – will return after he rested them in Wednesday’s win over the Bucks. 197 more words