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Indiana Pacers – Lance Stephenson did a lot more than blow in LeBron James ear
May 29, 2014

by Kent Sterling With the Indiana Pacers playing passive basketball on both ends of the floor in last night’s win-or-die Game Five, the Miami Heat enjoyed a 50-43 with 5:48 remaining in the third quarter.  Then, Lance Stephenson awakened. Not sure the cause, but the first sign of life was a Stephenson foul on Dwyane […]

Indiana Pacers need to bring absolute focus and aggression to win Game Two
May 19, 2014

by Kent Sterling The potential for the Pacers to suffer a down is high tomorrow night.  The Heat didn’t win back-to-back championships by not knowing how to respond to adversity. Paul George and the Pacers should expect a much more frenetic defensive effort from the Heat tomorrow night.  Yesterday, the Heat embarrassed themselves by going […]

Indiana Pacers vs. Miami Heat; route was unpredictable, but result wasn’t
May 16, 2014

by Kent Sterling The Indiana Pacers route to the 2014 Eastern Conference Finals was a lot like the Griswold Family’s trek to Walley World in “National Lampoon’s Vacation.” Twists and turns were everywhere.  Nothing went as planned despite a lot of work on the itinerary.  But the joy in reaching the long anticipated destination is […]

Indiana Pacers – Are Tired Legs the Problem? Statistics Say Yes
April 1, 2014

by Kent Sterling Legs provide the power.  Arms and hands serve as the guidance system.  That’s a very basic schematic for how a basketball is shot accurately.  When the legs are tired, arms and hands bridge the power gap, and precision suffers. Strong legs are the key to making shots, and the Indiana Pacers have […]