Tag Archives: Indiana Pacers

Is Pacers guard Victor Oladipo reconsidering playing because of cash or competition?
July 16, 2020

We got a little insight into the decision-making process of Victor Oladipo during yesterday’s Pacers media availability from Orlando. Last week, Oladipo shared on social media his decision to forego playing when the season resumes on August 1st.  I understood that as a protective measure as he heads into the last season of his four-year, […]

Should NBA return as planned? Pacers PG Malcolm Brogdon says he sees both sides
June 8, 2020

The NBA will return to the court on July 31st in Orlando for 22 of the league’s 30 teams.  They will play eight regular season games each and then the playoffs will begin for the traditional 16 teams. Unlike Major League Baseball, whose greedy owners and players seem at loggerheads as to when or whether their game […]

Nate McMillan gets honest with an exasperated denunciation of American racism
June 2, 2020

Indiana Pacers coach Nate McMillan got real today in his statement about race relations and the murder of George Floyd. In the past, there have been two types of statements from sports teams and leaders about societal issues.  The first is pablum – tasteless, valueless, irrefutable nonsense.  “Love thy neighbor” qualifies.  Alabama football coach Nick […]

As one of the very best NBA executives in history, Donnie Walsh needs a banner
May 19, 2020

The rafters of Bankers Life Fieldhouse are filled with names and numbers of the most important people in Pacers Sports & Entertainment history.  It’s time for Donnie Walsh to take his rightful place among them. Reggie Miller is up there.  Members of the three ABA championship teams are alongside him.  Slick Leonard has a banner. […]