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  1. 2015 NBA Mock Draft: Predictions for Where Top 1st-Round Prospects Will LandRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | BleacherReport

    The 2015 NBA draft features a deep class of prospects that should yield plenty of impact players. That doesn't mean the group is going to create a massive wave of new All-Star contributors but rather allow a lot of teams to fill a role within their rotation.

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  2. Analyzing PF prospects: Lyles, Looney, PortisRead the original story

    10 hrs ago | Indy Cornrows

    The Pacers will be interested in finding a replacement for their aging leader, David West. Could any of these guys possibly step in and be the man for years to come? There are plenty of question marks but with they pacers looking to play more up tempo they will be looking for guys with certain skill sets.

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  3. Analyzing Center Prospects: WCS, Turner, KaminskyRead the original story

    15 hrs ago | Indy Cornrows

    This is the second installment of a series I am doing on potential draft picks for the Pacers. Last time we focused on Point guards.

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  4. Q & S 11th Pick Tournament: Cauley-Stein vs. LooneyRead the original story

    15 hrs ago | WNDE-AM Indianapolis

    If you've read my writing before I joined Q & S as an intern this spring, I use to write over at SB Nation's Pacers blog, Indy Cornrows. During my tenure over there, one big thing I focused on was the NBA Draft.

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  5. Armchair GMRead the original story

    20 hrs ago | Blazers Edge

    Ideally our core comes back. We lose Afflalo and Wright. We draft Justin Anderson Tokoto .

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  6. San Antonio Spurs Season Review: Cory JosephRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | Air Alamo

    Jan 13, 2015; Washington, DC, USA; San Antonio Spurs guard Cory Joseph dribbles past Washington Wizards forward Rasual Butler during the first half at Verizon Center. Mandatory Credit: Brad Mills-USA TODAY Sports Cory Joseph 's season numbers are a bit misleading, as he played a small role if any when Tony Parker was healthy.

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  7. Pacers draft prospects: A closer look at Stanley JohnsonRead the original story

    23 hrs ago | Indy Cornrows

    Arizona's Stanley Johnson looks the part, with an NBA-ready physique and skills that should translate to the league. But as a young one-and-done that game still needs development to deliver on the pro level.

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  8. B/R NBA 200: Ranking the Top Combo Bigs of 2014-15 SeasonRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | BleacherReport

    ... to expand his offensive arsenal in years to come. Nothing about Lavoy Allen's scoring game stands out. The Indiana Pacers rarely call upon him, and his levels of efficiency are totally unnoteworthy without three-point range or quality work at the ...

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  9. Knicks have options with fourth pick, butaRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 20 | New York Post

    While Knicks president Phil Jackson isn't married to the fourth pick awarded at Tuesday's draft lottery, the consensus among league executives is he will ultimately hold onto it, especially if the Knicks fall deeper in love with point guard Emmanuel Mudiay or Duke forward Justise Winslow. Knicks general manager Steve Mills said after the disappointment of falling to No.

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  10. Analyzing Point Guard Prospects: Payne vs GrantRead the original story

    Yesterday | Indy Cornrows

    Today, I will analyze two of the Pacers top draft prospects at the point guard position. The case for the Pacers to find a new point guard has been made many times on this forum.

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  11. Get to know a 2015 NBA draft prospect: Jerian GrantRead the original story

    Yesterday | Bullets Forever

    The Washington Wizards hold the No. 19 and No. 49 picks in this year's draft. We'll go through a few draft prospects that project to be around then, starting with Notre Dame's Jerian Grant.

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  12. NBA lottery mock draftRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | HeraldNet

    ... Keep an eye here on Kentucky guard Devin Booker, as well. The Heat certainly could use his shooting. No. 11: Indiana Pacers: Frank Kaminsky, 7-0, F, Wisconsin. David West is not the same player and the Pacers have to start thinking about a ...

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  13. Charlotte Hornets Should Pursue Arron AfflaloRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 20 | Swarm and Sting

    Dec 20, 2014; Denver, CO, USA; Denver Nuggets guard Arron Afflalo drives to the basket against Indiana Pacers guard Rodney Stuckey during the second half at Pepsi Center. The Nuggets won 76-73.

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  14. Which teams would break the internet most if they won the NBA Draft Lottery?Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 19 | Hardwood Paroxysm

    ... I'm rooting so hard for this. Charlotte Hornets. Minnesota Timberwolves , Denver Nuggets , Detroit Pistons , Indiana Pacers , los angeles lakers , Miami Heat , NBA Draft Lottery , New York Knicks , Oklahoma City Thunder , orlando magic , Phildelphia ...

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  15. Spoiler Alert: Indiana Pacers remain at 11th after NBA Draft LotteryRead the original story

    Tuesday May 19 | Indy Cornrows

    With only a 0.8% chance of winning the NBA Draft Lottery, it was expected the Indiana Pacers would stay put at 11th. And as chalk prevailed through nearly the entire Lottery process, that's just where the Pacers were kept locked in for the June 25th NBA Draft, matching with Larry Bird's general pessimism towards being able to bring one of the top prospects to Indiana.

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  16. Jerian Grant thinks he kicked the hell out of competition at Pacers draft workoutRead the original story

    Monday May 18 | Indy Cornrows

    Following his workout with the Pacers which included three other guards, Notre Dame's Jerian Grant didn't hesitate to express confidence in his effort at the Fieldhouse The Pacers tipped off their NBA draft workouts on Monday which included a group of guards that can get buckets. Notre Dame's Jerian Grant was the best known of those prospects although Murray State's Cameron Payne was the most intriguing.

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  17. Mock 1.0: The Post's 2015 NBA Draft predictionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 20 | New York Post

    Clockwise from top left: Karl-Anthony Towns, Jahlil Okafor, D'Angelo Russell, Willie Cauley-Stein, Justise Winslow and Emmanuel Mudiay, Now that we know the order of next month's NBA draft following Tuesday night's lottery drawing, it's time to take our first crack at how it will shake out at Barclays Center on June 25. Here's how The Post sees things going down: Towns is still far from a finished product, and only played a little more than 20 minutes per game on Kentucky's loaded squad this season. But he's the obvious choice for a Timberwolves team that finished last in the NBA in defensive efficiency this season, and gives Minnesota a terrific foundation alongside Andrew Wiggins.

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  18. Grant trying to impress Pacers, help draft statusRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 19 | Journal Gazette

    The All-American guard, who averaged 14.5 points per game during his four-year career with the Irish, is a projected first-round pick in next month's NBA draft.

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  19. Priority list includes 500 Festival Parade, 'School House Wrong!,' moreRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 18 | Indianapolis Business News

    Hollywood stars may be in short supply, but athletes will be out in force for the annual balloon-bedecked march/drive/stroll through downtown.

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  20. Pacers got Reggie Miller with 11th pick, butaRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 18 | The Indianapolis Star

    ... clockwise), Robert Horry, Bonzi Wells and Jared Jeffries were picked No. 11 overall in the NBA Draft. The Indiana Pacers are in line to get the 11th pick in the NBA Draft, but you never know which way the ping-pong balls may bounce Tuesday night in ...

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