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All decisions in the NBA, whether they're made on or off the court, are subject to scrutiny from legions of unsatisfied fans. Comment?
... well be the case. Bledsoe's name has already been linked to trade rumors involving the Boston Celtics and Indiana Pacers. The former expressed interest in Bledsoe and other pieces, which would have involved a trade for Celtics head coach Doc Rivers ... Comment?
Paul George used to be as anonymous as some guy named John Ringo. Now? He's an NBA all-star, having averaged 19.2 points, 7.4 rebounds and 5.1 assists a game during the postseason, in which he led the Indiana Pacers to Game 7 of the Eastern Conference finals. Comment?
The first time the Crawford brothers saw an NBA player in person was during a camp in Detroit. Comment?
... Houston Rockets among others. It's no surprise that Granger is in the rumor mill, especially considering the Indiana Pacers' success last year when he was sidelined with a left knee injury for all but five games and the fact that Granger is about to ... Comment?
After 19 years in the NBA, including seven with the New Jersey Nets, Jason Kidd is returning to the team he lead to back-to-back finals appearances in 2002 and 2003. Comment?
... points and Dwyane Wade easily had his best game of the postseason as the defending champion Heat routed the Indiana Pacers, 99-76, to earn their third straight trip to the NBA Finals. The top-seeded Heat had their backs against the wall after the ... Comment?
Freezy , the manager of Miami-based rapper Flo Rida, blames Gregg Popovich for his ban from the NBA Finals. Comment?
... monumental defeat with a monstrous offensive and defensive performance in an easy Game 7 victory over the Indiana Pacers . Not only did James drop a cool 32 points, getting to the line 16 times, grab eight rebounds and dish out four assists, but he ... Comment?
... was ejected from game 7 of the Eastern Conference Finals earlier this month due to a heated exchange with Indiana Pacers' Jeff Pendergraph. Prince has shared that he will not be attending this evening's game to comply with the wishes of the NBA and ... Comment?
While this will largely be about Jeff Pendergraph , the late season rotation big for the Indiana Pacers , it's worth beginning the note on a few players who didn't get the playing time to warrant actually covering them on their own. Comment?
Analysis: The Cavs have been talking to teams for weeks about a trade, but they are finding a limited market and at this point are likely to keep the pick. Comment?
May 16, 2013; Chicago, IL, USA; Peyton Siva, who the Wizards reportedly express interest in, is a second round prospect. Comment?
... player, but he's now a free agent and the Bulls' offense runs through Rose's drive-and-dish facilitating. The Indiana Pacers proved that their 2011-12 success was no fluke, taking the Miami Heat to seven games in the Eastern Conference Finals. If ... Comment?
... Nicholson does for the Lakers," he complained. During Game 7 of the Eastern Conference Finals between the Indiana Pacers and the Heat, footage showed Freezy being escorted out by security guards moments after an altercation erupted between Heat ... Comment?
... to the D-League and that gamble paid off. He has already worked out for teams like the Boston Celtics and Indiana Pacers and his stock skyrocketed after a solid showing at the pre-Draft Combine in Chicago last month. NBA director of scouting ... Comment?
Indiana Pacers center Roy Hibbert's got game off the court as brand ambassador for Activision's Call of Duty brand ambassador For NBA fans, Indiana Pacers center Roy Hibbert is probably more known for his postgame banter than his stellar performance during this year's playoff games. Comment?
Feb 23, 2013; Auburn Hills, MI, USA; Indiana Pacers small forward Danny Granger during the fourth quarter against the Detroit Pistons at The Palace. Comment?
And here we have it- were a little over a week away from the drat and about two from the July 1 free agency period. Comment?
Jason Whitlock writes about the sports world from every angle, including those other writers can't imagine or muster courage to address. Comment?