Tag Archives: Indiana Pacers

As the Hoosiers and Pacers beat untalented/depleted teams, there is no need for apology
February 23, 2015

by Kent Sterling Late in the afternoon yesterday, Indiana took the court against Rutgers University, and it was clear the Hoosiers would roll over the confused and apathetic Scarlett Knights.  The Pacers went to work as the Hoosiers game reached halftime against the team with the best record in the NBA – without the best […]

Stephenson Back on Pacers’ Terms – I’d Take That
January 16, 2015

by Bert Beiswanger Long before I read the trade rumors today involving Charlotte, Oklahoma City and Brooklyn and Lance Stephenson, I re-visited the idea of the Pacers re-acquiring “Born Ready.” As we know, rumors swirled weeks ago that Charlotte is interested in ending the Lance Stephenson experiment. Charlotte Hornets executive extraordinaire Michael Jordan can’t handle Lance […]

The Indiana Pacers Need Lance Stephenson
July 9, 2014

by Bert Beiswanger So what do the Pacers and team president Larry Bird do with Lance “Born Ready” Stephenson? It seems everyone in Indianapolis has had an opinion on this the last few days, and I have mine. I don’t see that the Pacers have much of a choice but to re-sign Lance Stephenson. I […]

Pacers-Heat for No. 1 Seed: The Chips Are On the Table
April 11, 2014

by Bert Beiswanger The NBA Playoffs don’t officially start tonight but don’t be fooled, the basketball schedule makers are bluffing. The outcome of tonight’s game between the Indiana Pacers and Miami Heat may have as much to do with which team wins the Eastern Conference as any game in the playoffs. When LeBron James says […]

Either Indiana Pacers Are Pacing Themselves, or They Are Limping to the Finish
March 18, 2014

by Kent Sterling In an 82-game regular season, championships are not won based upon the level of play in game 67 against a team trying to avoid losing its 21st straight. There was no way the Pacers were going to lose last night’s game against the woefully inept Philadelphia 76ers, but after coming back from […]

Pacers Are a Mess After Another Humiliating Loss
March 8, 2014

by Bert Beiswanger After the Pacers’ latest humiliating performance Saturday in Houston, a 112-86 loss to the Rockets, I was left thinking this team is a mess right now. If that performance surprised you, you aren’t paying attention. I didn’t need to watch this game, though I tried to as hard as it was. I […]

Indiana Pacers – 8-6 Over Last Month, But Not Time for Fans to Panic
February 20, 2014

by Kent Sterling There are 82 games in an NBA regular season.  Bringing great focus to each one is not possible for sane and balanced people. During a season, there are up nights, down nights, and mediocre nights.  The Indiana Pacers had a whole lot of good during the early portion of the season when […]