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How Can Boozer, Lee, And McRoberts Be Part Of A Top 5 Defense In The NBA?

August 21, 20140 Comments

While going through game footage from the 2013-14 season, a thought struck me: How was it possible that teams like the Bulls, Warriors, and Bobcats (Hornets, whatever) could start terrible defenders and yet still maintain an elite defensive ranking. I began diving into the defensive stats to see if something stuck out. Click here to […]

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Heat at Pacers Game 3: The Heat Get Reacquainted With LeBron Down Low

May 29, 20130 Comments

The schizophrenic nature of Erik Spoelstra’s offense continues to astound. For the third game in a row, the Heat created a new offense out of whole cloth, with LeBron James post ups being the center. Having posted up very little in the first two games, the Heat unleashed LeBron on the block, and he devastated […]

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Who Wants To Win? The Story of Game 1 of the 2013 Eastern Conference Finals Pacers at Heat

May 24, 20130 Comments

While Game 1 in Miami provided lots of drama and entertainment, from a purely fundamental perspective, this game was a disaster. While Paul George came up clutch with his 35 foot three pointer to tie and 3 free throws to seemingly give the Indiana Pacers the victory, he also mishandled his dribble several times and […]

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Bulls at Pacers: What Thibs and Vogel Run On Offense Out of Time Outs

February 6, 20131 Comment

You know coaches share a similar philosophy when their teams run the same sets on back to back possessions. This happened last night a couple of times when the Bulls and Pacers met at Conseco Fieldhouse. Neither the Bulls (23rd ranked) nor the Pacers (27th ranked) get excessively creative with their offensive play calling, and […]

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Knicks at Pacers – Paul George Takes A Bite Out of the Big Apple

January 14, 20131 Comment

The short-handed New York Knicks lost to the Indiana Pacers in a game that was close throughout much of the game. In the end, the game showcased the Pacers tough defense and the offensive limitations of the Knicks, who were playing without a suspended Carmelo Anthony (see: Honey Nut Cheerios). The contest was decided during […]

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2012-13 NBA Team Previews: Central Division

October 29, 20120 Comments

2012-13 Central Division Preview (by expected order of finish) Indiana Pacers2011-12 Record & Division Standing: 42-24 (2nd) Key Off-Season Additions: D.J. Augustin, Sam Young Key Off-Season Losses: Darren Collison, Dahntay Jones, Leandro Barbosa and Lou Amundson Outlook: Building off their 2nd round playoff run, the Pacers are the favorites to win the Central over the (mostly) Rose-less Bulls. […]

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Game 2 Pacers vs Heat: Pacers Slowly Figuring Out The Secret To Beating The Heat

May 16, 20123 Comments

Read our In Game Tweets of Game 2 here. The question I kept asking myself while watching Game 2 of the Eastern Conference Semifinals between the Miami Heat and the Indiana Pacers was: Does anybody out there look like a championship team? The answer was a resounding no, after seeing both teams do their best […]

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