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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 […]

LeBron James Just Fine as Indiana Pacers Lose Heartbreaker to Miami Heat 97-94
December 18, 2013

by Kent Sterling All the media driven consternation over whether LeBron James was going to play was just that as he appeared to suffer no ill effects from a tweaked ankle during the Miami Heat’s 97-94 comeback win tonight against the Indiana Pacers in Miami. Pacers forward Paul George is a good player who may […]

Indiana Pacers Beat the Heat 90-84, and Win Over a City Ready to Love Them Again
December 11, 2013

by Kent Sterling The Indiana Pacers started slowly which wasn’t a surprise, but against the two-time defending champion Miami Heat, holes shouldn’t be dug too deep. Early it appeared that the Heat were intent on schooling the darlings of the NBA, and if that was the case, the Pacers learned very quickly, applied the knowledge, […]

Indiana Pacers Bow Out 99-76 to Miami Heat as Dwyane Wade Awakens
June 3, 2013

by Kent Sterling One of the parents of a teammate of my son’s AAU team would come up to me after losses and say, “Hard on my eyes.”  That’s how I felt watching this debacle of a game seven in the Eastern Conference Finals. There will be plenty of time to reflect on the growth […]

Indiana Pacers – How Much of the Pacers Success Is Owned by Frank Vogel?
June 3, 2013

by Kent Sterling Being a coach must be a horribly lonely existence.  Every time a team plays like crap, bombs are dropped on the coach.  When the team functions well, the players were get the love. Does anyone give credit to Miami Heat coach Eric Spoelstra for leading LeBron James, Dwyane Wade, and Chris Bosh […]