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2013 NBA Playoffs: Miami Dominates Pacers In Game 7, Will Face Spurs In The NBA Finals

Unfortunately the Eastern Conference Finals is now over, the Indiana Pacers, Miami Heat became one of the better match-ups during the 2013 NBA Playoffs. With the exception of last night's game seven. The game was close at the end of the first quarter even with the Pacers committing nine turnovers. David West and Paul George combined for 11 of Indiana's 21 points. For Miami LeBron James and Dwyane Wade each scored six. With the
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2013 NBA Playoffs Game Seven : With The Heat On The Ropes, Can The Pacers Pull The Upset?

If there was ever a more fitting example of David vs Goliath in the 2013 NBA Playoffs, look no further than the Indiana Pacers and Miami Heat. The defending NBA champions from South Beach are a modern-day Goliath if there ever was one, thanks to their marquee big name All-Star roster of LeBron James, Dwyane Wade, Chris Bosh and Ray Allen. Thanks to a franchise-record 66 wins and 27-game win
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San Antonio Spurs Get Extra Rest Before NBA Finals

Over the past three seasons, the San Antonio Spurs dominated the Western Conference during the regular season, only to struggle when it was time for the playoffs. However, this year has turned out to be a different story for the Spurs. With their Western Conference Finals four-game sweep of the Memphis Grizzlies, the Spurs now have a 12-2 record in the post season and will get to wait ten days
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2013 NBA Playoffs: Do The Pacers Have The Advantage vs Miami?

The Indiana Pacers beat the Miami Heat in last nights Game 2 of the Eastern Conference Finals to even the series up as it moves to Indiana. The way they have played so far in the series, do they now have the advantage against the Miami Heat? The Pacers have out played the top seeded Heat so far in this series. It took a last second buzzer beater in overtime
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Inside Sports : Pens A Smash, Mario’s Big Screen and Vogel-Gate

After a two-week rest, Inside Sports is ready to type away once again.  My apologies for the unannounced vacation.  And away we go. PENGUINS DOMINATE SERIES AGAINST OTTAWA As of publication, the Pens hold a 3-1 series lead over the Ottawa Senators.  Some big scores came in the Pens 7-3 win over the Sens in game four Wednesday night.  James Neal and Jarome Iginla had two goals apiece. With the
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2013 NBA Playoffs: Indiana Pacers PG George Hill Cleared To Play In Game 6 Vs. Knicks

Indiana Pacers point guard George Hill has been cleared to play tonight against the New York Knicks. The Pacers look to clinch their 2013 NBA Playoffs series tonight, as they are up East semifinals 3-2. This is a pivotal matchup in the series for Indiana as they have an opportunity to close the series out at home, possibly avoiding a trip to Madison Square Garden for Game 7 in the
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2013 NBA Playoffs: Indiana Pacers Defeat New York Knicks In Game One

In game one of the Eastern Conference Semifinals, the Indiana Pacers defeated the New York Knicks at Madison Square Garden. The Pacers, who lost their first two road games during the playoffs, have won two straight. Indiana's defense was the highlight of the game, as the Pacers' front court were the reason Carmelo Anthony had an off game and shot 10-28 from the field, amassed 27 points and 11 rebounds. He also
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2012 NBA Draft: Is It The Worst In NBA History?

In 2005 the NBA made the now infamous rule (one-and-done) that put an age limit on when an individual can declare for the draft. Arguably the two biggest impact to the game has been the lack of developing talent at the college level, which has translated to poor play at the professional level. While it became necessary for the league to make changes to the draft, commissioner David Stern failed to understand the ramifications