Tag Archives: Pacers Hawks

Indiana Pacers revert back to form in wasted Game Three; fall 98-85 to Atlanta
April 24, 2014

by Kent Sterling This up one game, down the next stuff is getting monotonous.  The Indiana Pacers did a lot of good things – only 13 turnovers, allowed only four offensive boards, had five more steals than Atlanta, and made four more field goals.  Sadly, none of that matters a damn when outscored by 14 […]

Indiana Pacers – Why the Pacers will wake up and come out fighting tonight
April 22, 2014

by Kent Sterling It seems like a lifetime ago that the Indiana Pacers were NBA media darlings rolling to 16-1, 33-7, and 46-13 records.  Paul George on Jimmy Kimmel, Stephen A. Smith talking to the starting five plus Frank Vogel, and magazine covers extolling the team-first lovefest gave the Pacers the kind of adulation that […]

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 […]