Tag Archives: Roy Hibbert

Indiana Pacers – For most maligned team in NBA history, Saturday not a must win
April 25, 2014

by Kent Sterling There are so many questions without answers that fans and media have lost hope that Indiana can vanquish the giant killing Atlanta Hawks.  If there has been an eight-seed that has looked more like a one-seed than the Hawks, I don’t remember it, and the reverse is true of the Pacers. Coach […]

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 – Postseason should provide a reboot for team chasing banner
April 16, 2014

by Kent Sterling After a disheartening game seven loss to the Miami Heat in the Eastern Conference Finals, the Indiana Pacers dedicated themselves to making certain the next game seven against the Heat would be at Bankers Life Fieldhouse. The front office went to work signing C.J. Watson and Chris Copeland, and trading Gerald Green […]

Pacers-Heat for No. 1 Seed: The Chips Are On the Table
April 11, 2014

by Bert Beiswanger The NBA Playoffs don’t officially start tonight but don’t be fooled, the basketball schedule makers are bluffing. The outcome of tonight’s game between the Indiana Pacers and Miami Heat may have as much to do with which team wins the Eastern Conference as any game in the playoffs. When LeBron James says […]