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Indiana Pacers – Ten Things the Pacers Need to Do Tonight to Win Pivotal Game Five
May 1, 2013

by Kent Sterling Tonight’s Game Five matchup between the Indiana Pacers and Atlanta Hawks is the biggest game for the Pacers since Reggie Miller’s retirement ushered in a era of fan malaise the franchise has been trying to climb from since. With a win in this series, the Pacers would show progress.  With a loss, […]

Pacers vs. Hawks – Will Someone Please Stay with Kyle Korver
April 30, 2013

by Kent Sterling Memo to the Indiana Pacers – Kyle Korver is a really good shooter.  Left open, he is almost a lock to make shots from anywhere within 30 feet of the bucket. Korver had 19 points last night in the Hawks 101-90 win that evened the series at two wins apiece.  Because Korver […]

Indiana Pacers Face a Must Win Tonight
April 29, 2013

by Kent Sterling If the Indiana Pacers want to be taken seriously as a threat against the Miami Heat, they need to rise up and win this pivotal game four tonight against the Hawks in Atlanta. To blow both opportunities to put this series on ice against a team that is going to scatter in […]

Indiana Pacers Need to Sack Up and Dominate; or Josh Smith Needs to Play Soft
April 24, 2013

by Kent Sterling Young teams in the NBA learn from mistakes.  The Bulls in the late-1980s couldn’t out tough the Pistons, or they would have won championships.  The Pacers themselves couldn’t get by the Knicks and Bulls in the mid-1990s.  The Jazz and Suns never got over the hump in the 90s either.  LeBron’s teams […]

Paul George’s Triple Double Keys Pacers Playoff Opening Win
April 21, 2013

by Kent Sterling The game was never in doubt after the first three defensive possessions by the Indiana Pacers that led to uncontested Atlanta Hawks baskets.  The Pacers Paul George made certain of that. George is not Kobe or LeBron, but he is good enough to lead the Pacers to a 107-90 beat down of […]