LET YOUR VOICE BE HEARD
Pacers big man Roy Hibbert, who sat helplessly on the bench during the closing moments of the team's loss to the Heat, says he needs to be more vocal.
LeBron James and Paul George get high marks for saving the day for both of their teams.
The Miami Heat and the Indiana Pacers kicked off the Eastern Conference finals with an explosive mix of last second heroics from both clubs.
The difference between George and James is the timing of their respective big moments.
LeBron James capped off his night with a dramatic overtime buzzer...
CENTER OF ATTENTION
Frank Vogel was criticized for a decision he made at the end of overtime. Did the Pacers coach acknowledge he made an error?
Indiana Pacers coach Frank Vogel made the decision (twice) to take center Roy Hibbert out of the game on crucial plays towards the end of the Eastern Conference Finals game 1 against Miami. Unfortunately, it doesn't appear to have been the wisest decision, as LeBron James was able to easily drive to the basket with 2.2 seconds left in overtime to sink the game-winner.
The Indiana Pacers played a great game against the Miami Heat in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference finals. Heck, after Paul George made three free throws to give them the lead with 2.2 seconds left, it looked like they were even going to pull off the win. But luckily Miami had Pacers coach Frank Vogel give them an assist.
Vogel inexplicably pulled center Roy Hibbert out of the game...
COMING UP CLUTCH
With 2.2 seconds remaining, down 1 in OT and the Pacers best rim protector in Roy Hibbert on the bench, LeBron James drove the lane and put in the game-winning layup as time expired to give the Heat a 1-0 series lead over the Pacers in the Eastern Conference Finals 103-102. James finished the night with a triple double of 30 points, 10 rebounds and 10 assists. And here’s Roy...
After Paul George hit three straight free throws to give the Indiana Pacers a one-point lead, it appeared that the Miami Heat were going to lose game one of the Eastern Conference Finals with only 2.2 seconds left.
That was until a great playcall from Heat coach Eric Spolestra gave LeBron James an uncontested game-winning lay-up seen below:
Where are thou?, Roy Hibbert
FROM WAY DOWNTOWN
Down three in his Pacers' Game 1 conference finals showdown against Miami, Indiana's Paul George buried a buzzer beating three pointer to force overtime.
Groin shots seemed to be all the rage in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference finals between the Indiana Pacers and Miami Heat on Wednesday night. In the first quarter, Shane Battier kneed Pacers center Roy Hibbert in the manly region on a drive to the hoop. Then with about three minutes left in the game, Heat guard Norris Cole was trying to get around David West and decide to throw...
Paul George is not content showing that he can compete with the Miami Heat on the court. Oh no. The Indiana Pacers forward is trying to show that he can also compete with them off of it.
George, the NBA’s Most Improved Player, strolled into American Airlines Arena for Game 1 of the Eastern Conference finals wearing that green outfit. He’s got clean white shoes on, sparkling green...
TURN BACK THE CLOCK
Last week we had Dwyane Wade of the Miami Heat show up to a game wearing capris. Today we’ve got another NBA player with a crazy outfit and that’s Paul George of the Indiana Pacers. To me he’s looking like he’s ready to go out to a disco in the 1970′s. What do you think?
Lance Stephenson went by the nickname “Born Ready” as one of the nation’s top high-school basketball players and one of the most decorated New York prep products.
Often times during his one year at Cincinnati and his first two seasons with the Indiana Pacers, Stephenson made folks wonder if the “Born Ready” tag was purely hype and little substance amid instances of immaturity...
Who will win game one of the Eastern Conference Finals between the Miami Heat and the Indiana Pacers? Read and find out why not only game one, but this series as a whole will be an exciting one to watch!
The Miami Heat will play the Indiana Pacers on Wednesday night in game one of this best of seven Eastern Conference Finals series. Tip off is scheduled for 8:30 (EST) and the game...
With the anticipated Pacers-Heat matchup just around the corner, I wanted to talk about the most confusing player from these two rosters: Roy Hibbert.
Hibbert, who signed a four-year, $58 million contract this offseason, is quietly the most overpaid center in the NBA. Yes, Hibbert is a superior defender who will constantly alter shots throughout the course of a game. But his shortcomings...
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Reggie Miller is currently an NBA broadcaster, but the former Indiana Pacers legend says he would like a role with his old team.