Tag Archives: Carmelo Anthony

Indiana Pacers Post Big 103-96 OT Win Against Evil Knicks; And Forgive Me If I Love It
November 20, 2013

by Kent Sterling Whether or not anyone on the rosters of the New York Knicks or Indiana Pacers remember the epic playoff battle these teams waged between 1994 and 2000, this regular season game harkened back to those days. It was impossible to turn away from, and equally difficult to avoid becoming emotionally attached to […]

2013-2014 NBA Position Rankings – Top 10 Wings
August 8, 2013

by Ryan Sterling With the point guard position taken care of it is time to move on to wing position.  I believe basketball has evolved to the point where the shooting guard and the small forward positions are interchangeable.  If you are a shooting guard who cannot play small forward or visa versa you are […]

Indiana Pacers – With George Hill or Without, the Pacers Will Close Series Tonight
May 18, 2013

by Kent Sterling The status of Pacers point guard George Hill won’t be known until close to game time, but it shouldn’t affect the outcome in tonight’s Game Six of the Eastern Conference Semifinals against the New York Knicks. Despite a uniquely skinny bench, Hill’s absence for Game Five, and the Knicks being at home […]

Indiana Pacers – One Bite Down, Two to Go as the Knicks Win Game Five
May 16, 2013

by Kent Sterling Have you ever had one of those days that start by falling out of bed, and only get worse. The Pacers had one of those today that started at 4p when George Hill failed a concussion test and was ruled out for Game Five tonight.  It got worse as the Pacers could […]

Pacers vs. Knicks – Game Four Is Not a Must Win for Either Team
May 14, 2013

by Kent Sterling If the Knicks win tonight’s game, the series between the Pacers and Knicks will be tied at two, and the Knicks will have two games left at home to put away the young upstarts from Indiana.  If the Pacers win, they will have a 3-1 stranglehold that will give them three shots […]

Indiana Pacers – There is no way the Pacers win tonight’s game two
May 7, 2013

by Kent Sterling Choose whatever reason you like – the NBA rigging the game, the officials working to balance things out, the Knicks being more focused, or things just not going quite as well for the Pacers – but tonight’s Game Two against the Knicks may as well be over right now because there is […]

NBA Embraces Its Inner NCAA Tourney – Schedules Four Game Sixes Tonight
May 3, 2013

by Kent Sterling The Pacers @ Hawks, and Knicks @ Celtics start the action at 7p (ET, and the Thunder @ Rockets and Clippers @ Grizzlies wrap up a night filled with game sixes.  All that’s missing are staggered start times, so fans could see the finishes to every game. The Knicks, Pacers, and Thunder […]