CLEVELAND- The Cavaliers sent the fans home happy as LeBron James came up with two big plays in the final three seconds to seal the win. James blocked a shot then the timeout was called with three seconds left in the fourth quarter. With barely a second left on game clock, James launched a hopeful three-point shot was a no doubter the moment the ball left his hands. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VtQpVqjALdw James
The Indiana Pacers opened their 2017-18 NBA season with a 140-131 victory over the Brooklyn Nets. As you can see from the final score, it was an entertaining game with neither team playing a whole lot of defense. Nate McMillan and the Pacers have been written off in the Eastern Conference by most of the national media, but this kind of offensive output could open some eyes. After trading Paul
The Indiana Pacers have looked sharp in preseason action, but the national media does not expect that trend to continue into the regular season. Indiana went through a major offseason of change after having to trade superstar forward Paul George. Many thought he would stay in Indiana, but George quickly informed the Pacers that he did not plan to re-sign with the team in free agency following the 2017-18 NBA
Myles Turner is set to open the 2017-18 NBA season as the face of the Indiana Pacers. After seeing Paul George get traded this past offseason, his expectations have risen for the upcoming season. Indiana is going through a re-tooling phase, but they strongly believe that Turner is capable of being their franchise leader. If he plays up his full potential, Turner will easily make the Eastern Conference All-Star team.
The Indiana Pacers acquired Domantas Sabonis and Victor Oladipo in the trade that sent Paul George to the Oklahoma City Thunder. It was a trade that Kevin Pritchard was forced to make, but the media was down on the Pacers for the return that they got for George. Many thought that Indiana did not get a good enough package in return for their franchise player, but the Pacers' organization couldn't
Victor Oladipo is going back to where it all started. Playing collegiate ball at Indiana University, he now finds himself as a member of the Indiana Pacers. Unfortunately, his return won't be smooth sailing. Oladipo, who was traded last season from the Orlando Magic to the Oklahoma City Thunder, was part of a deal that sent Pacers superstar, Paul George, to OKC. The reaction to the trade has been lukewarm.
The first night of NBA free agency came and went, and as always, it did not disappoint its fans. Besides the usual allotment of big-money contracts to stars and role players alike, the Paul George sweepstakes came to a swift end when the Pacers traded him to the Thunder for Victor Oladipo and Domantas Sabonis. That left other teams out in the cold wondering why the Pacers settled for an
Within a few hours before the start of free agency, Paul George was finally traded from the Indiana Pacers. The shocker was that it wasn't to the Los Angeles Lakers, Cleveland Cavaliers, Houston Rockets or Boston Celtics like many of us had expected. Instead, it was to the Oklahoma City Thunder, as Indiana sent their All Star forward to OKC in exchange for Victor Oladipo and Domantas Sabonis. Heading into
Paul George for the Cleveland Cavaliers next season? Monday night's loss for the Cleveland Cavaliers could force that into action. On Monday night, the Cavaliers lost in five games to the heavily favored Golden State Warriors in the 2017 NBA Finals. One year after they dethroned the Warriors in seven games, they were sent home after five. LeBron James did everything possible to win the series, as he averaged a
Cleveland Cavaliers Sweep Indiana Pacers 4-0, Advance to Round 2 With Sunday's 106-102 win over the Indiana Pacers, the Cleveland Cavaliers completed the series sweep. Despite the sweep, it was a closer series than most people realize considering each game was a six point deficit or less. If the Miles hit the game-winner in Game 1 and if the Pacers didn't blow their huge lead in Game 3, the series