Tag Archives: Pacers lose

Indiana Pacers down 3-1 after never being in 102-90 Game Four loss
May 26, 2014

by Kent Sterling This one was over shortly after it started.  Chris Bosh scored early and often, and the Heat’s defense had intensity the Pacers were unable to match at either end. Last year, it appeared throughout the Eastern Conference Finals that the Pacers were the better team.  Not so much in 2014.  Not sure […]

Indiana Pacers – Champion Heat rise up late to take home court back in 87-83 loss
May 20, 2014

by Kent Sterling Anyone who thought the Miami Heat were just going to sit back and accept their fate as the Indiana Pacers Eastern Conference Finals punching bag grossly underestimated the two-time defending champs.  Anyone who thinks the Pacers are going to roll over after the series was tied at 1-1 insults Indiana’s resolve. The […]

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 […]

Indiana Pacers drop a deuce in the fourth to lose to Knicks 105-79
May 7, 2013

by Kent Sterling Actually, the Indiana Pacers dropped two deuces, two triples, and three free throws in the fourth quarter, more specifically the last 4:48 of the fourth.  Until that point, they were scoreless in the quarter. From the time that Jeff Pendergraph reported at 3:04 left in the third for one of the more […]