Tag Archives: Malcolm Brogdon

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 […]

Top 10 reasons I jumped the gun to love these Indiana Pacers
January 20, 2020

If I fall in love with a Pacers team, it usually takes a long time – a year or more with the same core group.  I waived the waiting period this year. Wins and losses rarely determine which teams I love, but these Pacers have been quite successful with.a 28-15 record despite Victor Oladipo not playing a […]

Team-first basketball leads likable Pacers past Lakers to surprising 19-9 record
December 18, 2019

I love watching the Pacers. They beat the Lakers last night to win their 19th game of the season, but winning is only part of the work they have done to win my heart. In the star-driven NBA where brand value often trumps success in the eyes of fans, the Pacers are an anomaly.  They excel without […]

Pacers Brogdon, Sabonis, and Warren thrive under the media radar during winning streak
November 14, 2019

The Indiana Pacers are 7-4, having won all seven during their latest eight-game stretch, and no one is talking about them. National media fawns over the crazy numbers posted by James Harden, star-driven teams in LA, and the nonsensical drama that the New York Knicks wear like their jerseys.  Local media is so focused upon […]

Indiana Pacers grand experiment to be unveiled tonight against the Detroit Pistons
October 23, 2019

It’s opening night, so finally we get to see what Pacers president Kevin Pritchard has built.  It theory, it’s pretty damn cool.  In practice, take your best guess. There is no way to predict how this Indiana Pacers team will gel and compete – especially early in the season. Pritchard is trying to re-invent small […]