Tag Archives: Reggie Miller

Indiana Pacers – Reggie Miller says if Pacers win tonight, the series is over
May 20, 2014

by Kent Sterling Reggie Miller is one of the best analysts in basketball – one of the few who migrated seamlessly from his regular NBA duties to March Madness on TNT/TBS/TruTV without showing serious weakness – and the 18-year Indiana Pacers veteran offered some unique insight today on the Dan Patrick Show. Patrick asked Miller […]

Indiana Pacers – Paul George Signs Longterm Deal to Stay in Indy Thru 2019
September 25, 2013

by Kent Sterling Number 10 was lucky for the Indiana Pacers in 2010.  With the 10th pick of the 2010 NBA Draft, the Pacers drafted a mostly unknown sophomore out of Fresno State named Paul George. Unimpressed by the consistency that allowed George to score exactly the same number of points (487) in both of […]

Indiana Pacers – Press Conference Shows Larry Bird at His Honest Best
June 27, 2013

by Kent Sterling With all the crap that passes as wisdom during press conferences in sports today, it’s a pleasure to watch Indiana Pacers Re-President Larry Bird tell the truth for awhile, even when he divulges very little. When Bird is asked a question, he answers honestly, even when he doesn’t want to answer the […]

Indiana Pacers Effectively End Series Against Atlanta Hawks
April 25, 2013

by Kent Sterling Teams can take nights off from playing defense in the NBA regular season, but rarely do you see a defense as passionless as what the Atlanta Hawks showed last night against the Indiana Pacers. Legs can bounce back, shooting touch can return, and strategic decisions can turn a series, but when heart […]