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Lebron James is back home and starts off the season receiving an outlet pass from Kevin Love and finishing strong with a bucket and the foul.About the NBA: The NBA is the premier professional basketball league in the United States and Canada. The league is truly global, with games and programming in 215 countries and territories in 47 languages, as well as NBA rosters at the start of the 2014-15 season featuring a record 101 international players from 37 countries and territories. For the 2014-15 season, each of the league's 30 teams will play 82 regular-season games, followed by a postseason for those that qualify. The NBA consists of the following teams: Atlanta Hawks; Boston Celtics; Brooklyn Nets; Charlotte Hornets; Chicago Bulls; Cleveland Cavaliers; Dallas Mavericks; Denver Nuggets; Detroit Pistons; Golden State Warriors; Houston Rockets; Indiana Pacers; Los Angeles Clippers; Los Angeles Lakers; Memphis Grizzlies; Miami Heat; Milwaukee Bucks; Minnesota Timberwolves; New Orleans Pelicans; New York Kn ...
Lebron James and Lance Stephenson head to head highlights during the Eastern Conference Finals where the Miami Heat beat the Indiana Pacers in six games to w...
They're rooting for Miami Heat now hoping to make up from their losses and embarrassments. -Oklahoma City Thunder fans -Indiana Pacers fans -POOR LOSERS
I'm picking the San Antonio Spurs to "sweep" the NBA Finals. I know that sounds crazy but, I just think that the Miami Heat didn't have any real competition during the Eastern Conference Playoffs. You're going to tell me that the Brooklyn Nets and the woeful Indiana Pacers were real competition? Get real. So, don't be surprised if the Spurs take the Heat in 4.
Will the second straight Miami Heat-San Antonio Spurs finals showdown turn into this generation's showtime between the Los Angeles Lakers and the Boston Celtics?Probably not, but Lebron James' Miami Heat have already earned their dynasty stripes, says Indiana Pacers coach Frank Vogel."We are competing against the (Michael) Jordan of our era, the (Chicago) Bulls - Read more:
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KUDOS TO THE MIAMI HEAT by Obie Usategui For all of us basketball fans, the Miami Heat's resounding victory over the Indiana Pacers last Friday night clinching the championship of the Eastern basketball Conference was all but a sight to behold. The Heat's 117-92 win over the Pacers earned them the right to yet their fourth consecutive trip to the finals against the San Antonio Spurs - becoming the first team ever since the Boston Celtics in the mid 1980's to achieve this feat. Notwithstanding the magnanimity of the Heat's athletic triumph, for anyone who watched the six games Conference series, there were some indelible lessons to be learned which candidly could be applied by all of us in our daily lives, to wit, I thought the series proved, one more time, that "class" and "character" are just as much a part of winning in life as "talent" is, perhaps more. Arguably, the Heat's Lebron James will go down in history as one of the best that ever played the game. There are, if you will, many players who cann . ...
Like with the Indiana Pacers in the Eastern Conference Finals, the Miami Heat will once again face a team that was hoping to play them in the NBA Finals, when the San Antonio Spurs seek revenge for their 2012-13 finals defeat.
Lance Stephenson flagrant foul on Norris Cole in the face and gets called for the flagrant foul as the Indiana Pacers play the Miami Heat in game six of the ...
After this team called their nemesis out, asked for them, played them rough during the Regular Season, got mad, fought each other, and fought other teams just to get to this point, the Indiana Pacers got the team that they wanted in the Miami Heat. And when they finally got them, they sit there and lay a big fat egg against them. It has been a long time since I have seen a team ask for an opponent, get that opponent and only play good for 1 game. WOW! In all honesty, this series should of ended in 5 games. You get LeBron in foul trouble and your "leader" scores 37 points and you only win by 3...Unreal! If I know Larry Bird, wholesale changes are coming. May I suggest to Larry Legend to get rid of George Hill and Roy Hibbert. They have been useless in not just this series but all series throughout the playoffs. But knowing Larry, Lance Stephenson will be the first person packing. I like Lance and he is a great player but right now, he is the 2014 version of Dennis Rodman. He needs a team with a ...
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Even the Indiana Pacers coach acknowledges that the Miami Heat is a bona fide dynasty and that Lebron James is the future greatest of all time!!! :)
My NBA playoffs observations thus far: 1. Boris Diaw can be as good as Kevin Durant if he was more aggressive. 2. Kawhi Leonard is better and more consistent than Paul George. 3. Reggie Jackson is the most underrated player still in the playoffs. 4. Indiana Pacers should have never traded Danny Granger.point blank!! 5. San Antonio Spurs has the best bench in the playoffs. 6. Oh yeah, my mama always said if I have nothing nice to say don't say anything at all, thus the reason why I didn't mention the Miami Heat!!! LOL
Lebron James had the last laugh in his little quarrel with Lance Stephenson as the Miami Heat slaughtered the Indiana Pacers in game 6 to advance to their fourth straight NBA Finals. During the game though, Lance was up to his old tricks, despite warnings from his teammates, coach, and team presiden…
Indiana Pacers head coach Frank Vogel struck a somber tone after his team bowed out of the playoffs, thanks to a 117-92 loss to the Miami Heat ...
Heat eliminate Pacers in blowout win to advance to 4th straight Finals Jesse D. Garrabrant/NBAE/Getty Images MIAMI -- For the entirety of the Regular Season, the supremacy of the Miami Heat in the Eastern Conference was brought into serious question by the Indiana Pacers. Then came the playoffs. And the question was answered -- emphatically. The Heat became the third franchise in NBA history to reach the title series in four consecutive seasons, a laugher of a conference-title finale getting them there again Friday night. Lebron James and Chris Bosh each scored 25 points, and Miami eliminated the Pacers for the third straight year with a 117-92 romp in Game 6 of the East championship series. "I'm blessed. Very blessed. Very humbled," James said. "And we won't take this opportunity for granted. It's an unbelievable franchise, it's an unbelievable group. And we know we still have work to do, but we won't take this for granted. We're going to four straight Finals and we will never take this for granted." Dwy ...
MIAMI — The Miami Heat embarrassed the Indiana Pacers. But worse, the Pacers embarrassed themselves. The Pacers came back to Miami for Game 6 of the Eastern Conference Finals and were outplayed and overmatched in a contest that was decided before the first half ended. The Heat hammered the Pacers 11
AS THE MIAMI HEAT BLOWS AWAY THE PACERS TO MAKE IT TO THEIR FOURTH STRAIGHT NBA FINAL, Dwyane Wade PROVES, ONCE AGAIN, THAT HE IS STILL AMONG NBA'S ELITE. Perhaps none of the great players in the NBA today have dealt with more talk of his demise than Miami Heat guard Dwyane Wade has. There were whispers of Wade's downfall during the 2012 playoffs when he struggled against the Indiana Pacers in the conference semi-finals. He posted just five points on 2-of-13 shooting from the field in a pivotal Game 3 loss. Wade was injured, dealing with a leg issue that held him out for a few games at the end of the 2011-12 Regular Season. But this was largely ignored and rarely used as an explanation for Dwyane's bad performance, which would become a theme during the next few years. D-Wade would bounce back in that series (he scored 41 points in the finale) and help the Heat win a championship, quieting the conversation momentarily. But months later, in December of the 2012-13 season, it returned. TNT analyst Charles Ba ...
Miami Heat Blow Out the Indiana Pacers, 117-92 and advance to the NBA Finals for the 4th year in a row!
The Miami Heat are going to the NBA Finals for the fourth year in a row! Heat eliminate Indiana Pacers with 117-92 blowout win in Game 6.
On Friday night, the Miami Heat buried the Indiana Pacers under a barrage of 3-pointers, taking Game 6 by 25 points and advancing to the NBA Finals for the fourth consecutive season. The Heat were ...
Lebron James Full Highlights from Game 6 of the ECF! LeBron had 25 Points, 6 Assists, and 4 Rebounds to help lead the Miami Heat to a 117-92 win over the Indiana Pacers, and to a 4th straight Finals appearance! SG6
The Miami Heat are the fourth team in NBA history to make four straight NBA finals, punching their ticket for the title round after absolutely destroying the Indiana Pacers on Friday, ending Indy's season for the third straight spring.
The Miami Heat can now move on from the constant questions of Lance Stephenson as the Indiana Pacers decide what to do with him.
Erin Brown breaks down how the Miami Heat were able to throttle the Indiana Pacers in Game 6 on Friday night to advance to their fourth consecutive NBA Finals.
The Miami Heat has eliminated the Indiana Pacers for the third straight year. The Pacers fell to the Heat 117-92 in Game 6 Friday night. What did you think about the game?
For the third consecutive season, the Miami Heat have defeated the Indiana Pacers in the NBA playoffs.
The Miami Heat joined very elite company Friday night when the team won a fourth straight Eastern Conference Championship title by beating the Indiana Pacers.
Read live updates from Miami Herald sports writers, columnists and photographers at Game 6 of the Miami Heat's Eastern Conference Finals series against the Indiana Pacers.
ECF GAME HEAT VS PACERS (3-2) HEAT Tonight the Miami Heat can finish off the Indiana Pacers for the 2014 Eastern Conference Championship! The Pacers are coming into Miami what most people think is the "IMPOSSIBLE". Beat Miami Heat in Miami and extend this ECF to GAME In Indiana for game King James (Lebron James) was giving 3 fouls before the 2nd half, which cause him to be benched most part of the game. The Pacers OUT OF ORDER sg. Lance Stephenson also helped frustrated LeBron through out the rest of the game which landed Lebron James a ALL TIME LOW TOTAL POINTS IN OF HIS PLAYOFFS OF (7) points! Now King James is home and best believe he's going to be ready for Stephenson tonight!
Indiana Pacers star, Paul George, has more on his mind than just the Miami Heat right now. The all star Pacers forward also now has a paternity suit on his plate. Former stripper, Daniela Rajic, ...
The Miami Heat fan grandma returns, but this time, she has a message for the Indiana Pacers. She captivated us with her emotional roller coaster ride during Game 4 of the 2014 Eastern Conference Finals...
Can Paul George propel the Indiana Pacers past the Miami Heat in Friday's Game 6 to force a winner-take-all Game 7 back in Indianapolis? Or will Lebron James and company be heading to their fourth straight NBA finals in search of a three-peat?
Miami Heat -8 are hosting the Indiana Pacers in Game 6 tonight. Miami leads 3-2 Can Indiana survive yet again?
An image of Indiana Pacers shooting guard Lance Stephenson blowing into the ear of Miami Heat forward Lebron James has inspired a photoshop meme featuring a cutout of the cheeky professional basketball player.
The Indiana Pacers have got to play like game 1 or finish like they did last night to win this series over the Miami Heat
→ USA → Miami Heat eager to close out Indiana Pacers in Game 5 → As with every situation in Year Four of the Big 3 E…
Game 5 of the Miami Heat versus the Indiana Pacers last night was a challenge to the latter, the number one seed in the East, to stay alive in the series. Pacers guard Lance Stephenson did whatever he could to keep his team going strong, from grabbing rebounds, tossing up acrobatic layups,and, even,…
Indiana Pacers star Lance Stephenson did just about everything he could to get under the Miami Heat players' skin in Game 5. Whether it was flopping or joining a Miami huddle, Stephenson didn't hesitate to go into trolling mode. But late in the game ...
Walter Villa breaks down what happened in Game 5, as Miami Heat star Lebron James was limited by foul trouble all game and his teammates weren't able to hold on to a half-time lead on the road against the Indiana Pacers.
Joseph Goodman and Linda Robertson of the Miami Herald discuss the Miami Heat's Game 5 loss to the Indiana Pacers on May 28, 2014. Video and photos by Al Dia...
You knew this was coming and it's still hilarious. Lance Stephenson got caught blowing into Lebron James' ear during a stoppage of play in Game 5 between the Indiana Pacers and Miami Heat...
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Paul George scored 31 of his 37 points in the second half Wednesday night and almost single-handedly kept the Indiana Pacers alive in the Eastern Conference Finals with a 93-90 victory over the Miami Heat.
Indiana Pacers wins over Miami Heat scored 93 - 90
Lance Stephenson is a wild card for the Indiana Pacers and late in Game 5, he tried to go undercover to gain an edge. Stephenson joined Erik Spoelstra, Norris Cole and Mario Chalmers in the Miami Heat huddle...
UPDATE: Miami Heat 50 Indiana Pacers 44 with 5:21 remaining in the 3rd Qtr. LeBron on the bench with 5 fouls.
I think the Heat should only play the bench for the second half while they stampede through the Indiana Pacers. Congratulations to the Eastern Conference Champions the Miami Heat...
Game 5 is about to start! Miami Heat take on the Indiana Pacers! $2.50 bud/bud light drafts..$3.25 singles/$5.50 doubles of Smirnoff, Captain Morgan, Jose Cuervo, and Myers Platinum rum!
Miami Heat vs. Indiana Pacers on our projection screen - you still have time to grab a seat!!
Indiana Pacers take the court for final warm up prior to game 5 vs Miami Heat.
Sport news : Its do or die for Indiana Pacers today vs the Miami Heat for NBA Eastern Conference Finals game 5 Will the Pacers force the series in Game 6? Your thoughts
Miami Heat v. Indiana Pacers , LA Kings v. Chicago Blackhawks and tons of baseball on tonight at Boston's! These next few are really intense days for sports. Good thing we have really intense TV screens for your really intense viewing pleasure!
The Miami Heat are looking to close out the Indiana Pacers tonight in Game 5 of the Eastern Conference Finals.
Tony Luftman and Chris McGee join Jim Rome to discuss the Miami Heat leading the Eastern Conference Finals 3-1 and if the Indiana Pacers have any chance of making a comeback.
Indiana Pacers star forward Paul George blamed the free-throw disparity when citing reasons why his team lost Game 4 of the Eastern Conference Final to the Miami Heat on Monday night. He even sugge...
Indiana Pacers forward Paul George has been fined $25,000 for public criticism of the officiating, it was announced today by Rod Thorn, President, Basketball Operations. George made his comments in the postgame press conference following the Pacers’ 102-90 loss to the Miami Heat on May 26, at AmericanAirlines Arena.
Whatever confidence the Indiana Pacers were championing heading into their matchup against the Miami Heat is fading. Fast...
With Miami Heat forward Chris 'Birdman' Andersen injured and out of uniform for Game 4 of his team's series against the Indiana Pacers, a young boy wa...
Lebron James had 32 points and 10 rebounds, Chris Bosh added 25 points and the Miami Heat moved one win away from a return trip to the NBA Finals with a 102-90 win over the Indiana Pacers on Monday night.
Every NBA game between the Miami Heat and the Indiana Pacers is a contrast in styles. While the Pacers rely heavily on a starting lineup featuring two traditional big men, the Heat employ a multitu...
The Miami Heat have taken a commanding lead over the Indiana Pacers. Check out all playoff standings for NBA and NHL.
Top 5 NBA Plays: HEAT vs PACERS! Check out these TOP PLAYS from Game 4 of the East Finals! QUESTION: Which is your TAG anyone that LOVES the Miami Heat or the Indiana Pacers!
Ray Allen passed Bill Russell on all-time post-season scoring list during Miami Heat's Game 4 victory over the Indiana Pacers.
Do yall still think that the Indiana Pacers will win this series against the Miami Heat? 3-1 now!!!
For whatever reasons and there are many, my Indiana Pacers are now facing elimination from the 2014 NBA Playoffs, after losing to the Miami Heat tonight by 12 points, but it might as well have been 40. The Heat at this point aren't even breaking a sweat against the Pacers and are just winning at will. The Heat now lead the Pacers 3 games to 1. And as much as it pains me to admit it, Lebron James to me is the best basketball player in the history of the NBA. Sure Michael Jordan was amazing, and my all time favorite player to watch Dr. J. was more spectacular, and Larry Bird was great, and Kareem and Magic and Wilt Chamberlain were amazing as is Kevin Durant, but to me, LeBron is the best player ever. And now the Paces have to beat the best player ever 3 games in a row to go to the NBA Finals. Their chances? "Slim and none and Slim just left town"!
Miami Heat lead start to finish in 102-90 win over Indiana Pacers, now up 3 games to 1 in Eastern Conference Finals.
After the Indiana Pacers lose to the Miami Heat they should fire the coach and breakup most of the team. I don't see this team getting much further than the Eastern Conference Finals.
Chris Bosh!!! Looks like the Dinosaur is out to play this Monday night! Fun Stats: The Miami Heat wildlife have not scored more than 9 points in each of the first 3 games of the ECF series against the Indiana Pacers. However, he has 17 points already in the first half of Game 4, including 10 points in the first quarter. If Lebron James and Dwyane Wade continue to show up in the playoffs, the Pacers are in trouble! Fun Fact: Miami's Big 3 are scoring over 70 points per game for the team.
Indiana Pacers vs Miami Heat, lets go folks!!!
Tip off in Game 4 NBA Eastern Conference Finals... Miami Heat defending home court against Indiana Pacers... Tip off now!! :) Get down and watch all the NBA action at The Glenferrie Hotel...
Chris Bosh and the Miami Heat are taking the high road with respect to the underlying trash talk in their Eastern Conference Finals match-up with the Indiana Pacers.
Playing on the road, the Indiana Pacers started off well against the Miami Heat in the last game of the Eastern Conference Finals. No thanks to the hot hands of Ray Allen, the visitors couldn’t hold on to the lead and the defending champions ran away with the easy 99-87 victory.
In case you missed it while doing something fun on Saturday night, the Miami Heat once again bounced back after a sluggish start to flip the switch and break down the Indiana Pacers. BDL's Eric Freeman on how Miami might not look like world-beaters, but might be turning it on at just the right time.
Lebron James scores 26 and Ray Allen hits four key 3s as the Miami Heat take 2-1 Eastern Conference Finals lead with 99-87 victory over the Indiana Pacers.
Big Star Moving: Ray Allen frustrates Indiana Pacers as Miami Heat go small and win $199 Mover 615-9889
Happy Saturday Here are some of the games that you shouldn't miss today. 11 AM UEFA: Champions League Final Atletico Madrid v Real Madrid Sounders play at Vancouver today vs. the Whitecaps. 4 PM. We will have it on with sound. Boom! NHL HOCKEY - Conference Finals HD Chicago Blackhawks(1) Los Angeles Kings(1) 5:00 PM Game 3 NBA BASKETBALL - Conference Finals HD Indiana Pacers(1) Miami Heat(1) 5:30 PM Game 3 Houston Astros Seattle Mariners 7:10 PM
The Miami Heat host the Indiana Pacers in the third game of the Eastern Conference Finals tonight at 8:30! We...
Sports Reporter Michael Cugno gives the inside scoop on the Miami Heat against the Indiana Pacers in Game 3 with home court advantage and the Miami Marlins against the Milwaukee Brewers in Game 2 of the series at Marlins Park.
The Miami Heat got their road split in the first two games of these Eastern Conference Finals against the Indiana Pacers. But the two-time defending champions aren't expecting an easy go of it the rest of the way just because they hold that advantage.
Games 1 and 2 of the Eastern Conference Finals, in which the Miami Heat squared off against the Indiana Pacers, were indicative of the Heat's defensive struggles...
Indiana Pacers guard Lance Stephenson has been fined $5,000 by the NBA for this flop last night against the Miami Heat. Contrary to reports, Stephenson did not die on the play.
A three-day break between playoff games couldn't come at a better time for the Indiana Pacers. The team announced Paul George sustained a concussion during Tuesday's Game 2 against the Miami Heat, and will begin the NBA-mandated protocol for return-to-participation.
Dear NBA, Two lingering questions from last night's Indiana Pacers vs. Miami Heat game. - How in the world can you knee a guy in the head and no foul is called? - How can you say that Lebron's steal from George Hill that put the Pacers up five (and sealed the game in my opinion) was not a foul? The replay was clear that Lebron James smacked Hill on both arms. Unreal. Sincerely, Disgusted Fan
In case you missed it, those legs belong to Lebron James flopping in the 4th Quarter ~ Miami Heat vs. Indiana Pacers, bearing a striking resemblance to the Wicked Witch of the east in the Wizard of Oz. Sorry Heat fans.I just couldn't resist!
Birdman shoves Tyler Hansbrough. Chris Andersen knocks down Tyler Hansbrough and gets called the Flagrant 1 Foul as the Miami Heat play the Indiana Pacers in…
Reid :Indiana Pacers have regained their rhythm, which is bad news for the Miami Heat
Miami Heat VS Indiana Pacers tomorrow 👏✊ should be good ❗️
(Vine) Two outstanding performances by the Indiana Pacers' Paul George who finished with 24 points and seven assists and David West who added 19 points and seven rebounds secured victory against the Miami Heat yesterday by 107-96 in the first game of the Eastern Conference Finals.
"The [Indiana Pacers'] recent struggles against just about every other team in the NBA have been well documented ... but once the Pacers see the defending champs, things start to clear up." BDL Editor Kelly Dwyer on the Pacers again looking like world-beaters against the Miami Heat, thanks in large part to mega-wild-card Lance Stephenson.
NBA Basketball Recap: Final statistics from the Miami Heat vs. Indiana Pacers game played on May 18, 2014
For the first time in this year's playoffs, the Indiana Pacers won a series opener. And for the first time in their last three playoff battles against the Miami Heat, the Pacers won Game 1.
To begin the Eastern Conference Finals showdown most expected at the start the season, the Indiana Pacers played like the No. 1 seed, defeating the two-time reigning NBA champion Miami Heat 107-96 in Game 1 at Bankers Life Fieldhouse on Sunday...
Its the Indiana Pacers vs Miami Heat but for a min it look like the Lance Stevenson vs D.Wade show. I see fireworks about to go off between them two. # Chippy Round # 1 Pacers!
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The NBA Eastern Conference Finals are happening right now between the Indiana Pacers & Miami Heat. Will it be a 3-peat? Who do you pick to win overall?
The Miami Heat play the Indiana Pacers on Sunday in Game 1 of the 2014 NBA Eastern Conference Finals. Tipoff is at 3:30 p.m. ET. Watch the live stream or listen to the radio broadcast via the links provided below.
Miami Heat or Indiana Pacers or who yall got? I believe the are going back to the finals!
Miami Heat and Indiana Pacers game is about to start as well as the L.A. Kings and Chicago Blackhawks! Come down and watch your team with a beer; cheering them on! Cheers to beers!
We made it to Sunday Funday, the heat has subsided, but it is still awesome on our Patio! Great Service, Great Food, Great Friends. Come up and hang out! Thanks to the bands that played this weekend! 4-Way St on Friday and Trunk Monkey last night! You guys rocked it! Again, the best local live entertainment in the city! Been doing it for 32 years! Put on your calendar, save it in your phone, whatever you have to do, next weekend, Memorial weekend where we remember all our brave men and women that have fought for our country, we start our live entertainment on the patio from 4 to 7, it is Joey Harris Band! Come early and get a seat, it will be a lot of fun and memories will be made! How about California Chrome winning the Preakness yesterday. She looked good, great chance for the Triple Crown Title when she runs in 3 weeks in the Belmont! But today, we have game 1 of the NBA Eastern Conference Finals with the Miami Heat going to the Indiana Pacers. Now these teams don't like each other so come up ...
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The Miami Heat and Indiana Pacers are about to square off in the playoffs for the third straight postseason, and the Eastern Conference's top two teams know each other very well. Charlie McCarthy breaks down the upcoming series.
Video: Miami Heat's Dwyane Wade talks about facing Indiana Pacers in the East Finals for second year in a row.
Video: Miami Heat's Lebron James talks about facing Indiana Pacers in East finals for second year in row.
i want the Indiana Pacers to beat the Miami Heat. i don't like the Miami Heat, i do like the OKC Thunder though & want them to win the NBA Championship.
Miami Heat vs. Indiana Pacers for the East. OKC Thunder vs. San Antonio Spurs for the West. I think it is safe to say, the four teams remaining are the four teams everyone thought would remain at the start of the season.
"We've been talking about this series all year. We've had a different path than they had, but we're here." Yes, David West, your Indiana Pacers are back in the Eastern Conference Finals after knocking off the Washington Wizards. Do you think the Pacers can still give the Miami Heat a run for their money?
Congratulations to the Miami Heat for knocking off the Brooklyn Nets earlier tonight in Game 5! Finally Lebron James & company can get some rest for a few days. So who will we be facing? The Washington Wizards or the Indiana Pacers?
Thoughts on the Remaining Eight in the NBA Playoffs: 1.) Indiana Pacers: Every single game I watch from this squad, I think I see a glimmering hint of them returning to Nov-Feb form. That said, it seems short-lived, and without Paul George, this team would be in complete disarray. I do like the depth on their bench with Luis Scola, Evan Turner, and Ian Mahinmi. Ian Mahinmi could start for a dozen teams in the NBA. A case could be made he should start tomorrow in place of the embattled Roy Hibbert. Hibbert's zero points and zero rebounds last night was diseased. Either he played the best series of his life against Miami last season, or he is assuredly in a wretched funk. Indiana's only reprieve at this point is to ride Paul George and pray Lance Stephenson's raw, unabashed energy can claw them back into this thing. 2.) Miami Heat: Obviously biased, but I would not bet against Lebron James in his absolute prime. True, they coasted through much of the Regular Season, but it all may make sense if they display ...
The Washington Wizards are killing the Indiana Pacers right now. My team is the Miami Heat, but the The Wizards look like they could be some contenders.
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NBA Playoffs 2014 1st Round Opinion (not an expert at all.just bored...Friday night with no drinking! no poker:-)) what??? Eastern Conference Miami Heat will go through the first round without a problem.duh...I already mentioned that I'm not an expert right? :-) Indiana Pacers- they better wake up.do they have the playoff jitters? Maybe the Hawks are just hungrier.The Hawks also have nothing to lose...they are playing more relaxed and confident. Go Teague!! Where Brooklyn At? Though, not my favorite NY team, I think they actually have a shot against Toronto...If they make it through the first round.they might give the Heat some problems on the 2nd round:-) what?? :-) Who else is in the playoffs in the East again? Oh yeah, Bulls vs Wizards.If the Bulls can keep the Wizards below 100 points each game, they might have a chance. The Bulls don't have enough offense.yeah yeah...No D. Rose...we all know that...The key for u guys to win is DEFENSE...DEFENSE.DEFENSE... Both the Bulls and the Wizards have no shot a ...
If Indiana Pacers and Miami Heat met in the ECF 2014 finals Miami will take them out. 4-2 series win for Miami. Indiana Pacers since the all-star break lost it. I'm not concerned about weak Indiana Pacers because they won't make it there to the ECF.
Happy Friday FB. Oh yea and the "seed n the eastern conf Indiana Pacers lost again last night. How they put so much into being the number one seed to have home Court over the Miami Heat n the Eastern Conference Finals and can't beat the Atlanta Hawks n the first round. JUST PRICELESS.
O_o This is the face I have looking at the Indiana Pacers score today. I thought they were my Miami Heat answer this year???
NBA playoffs get started today and I think we have some solid first round matchups. East: Indiana Pacers over Atlanta Hawks in 7 Miami Heat over Charlotte Bobcats in 5 Toronto Raptors over Brooklyn Nets in 7 Washington Wizards over Chicago Bulls in 6 West: San Antonio Spurs over Dallas Mavericks in 5 Oklahoma City Thunder over Memphis Grizzlies in 6 Los Angeles Clippers over Golden State Warriors in 7 Houston Rockets over Portland Trailblazers in 5
Turning Up the Intensity the N.B.A. playoffs, everyone is looking to win it all, and no one, thankfully, is thinking about the lottery. So after all the talk during the Regular Season about which teams were tanking in hopes of landing top draft picks, it will be refreshing to watch game after game in which the only objective is to score the most points. Of course, figuring out which team can do that all the way to an N.B.A. championship is a bit complicated. In the Eastern Conference, the Miami Heat seemingly took a step back from last season, with clear regression by two older players, Ray Allen and Shane Battier. The Indiana Pacers looked like title contenders for much of the season before grinding to a near halt in the last month, partly because of an overtaxed starting lineup. In the Western Conference, the San Antonio Spurs rolled to another top seed in the playoffs, and it would be foolish to bet against them. Still, age caught up to Manu Ginobili in last year's postseason, and it will eventually ge ...
Lots of weirdness and craziness going into the PAYOFF PLAYOFFS this year... 1. The Knicks are "imminently" going to sign LAMAR ODOM to a contract in the off-season?!? As what, a ball-boy?! The guy was a broken down body in a bag before and has just had a new bout with DRUG rehab. How is he a top sign for a team that in theory actually wants to get better?? 2. The Heat lose to the Wizards in an effort to conserve energy for the playoffs, but in turn lose the seed to Indiana. "We played against a totally different Miami Heat today than usual," Wizards center Marcin Gortat said. "Nothing to be excited about. ... It was more like a scrimmage game than a big battle." How do you just roll over on the last YARD to give up the seed? To your arch rivals, the Indiana Pacers no less??? It's one frickin' game against the Blizzards, can't you at least go through the paces and make an effort to secure home court?? Or is home court really that overrated that every team would trade their left shoe just to have it? What d ...
Wizards defeat Heat 114-93, leaving Miami No. 2 in East: If the Miami Heat lose, the Indiana Pacers get the No...
Miami Heat losing tonight means that the Indiana Pacers will officially clinch the 1st seed in the East. Miami Heat wi…
With the Miami Heat loss tonight, the Indiana Pacers are guaranteed the seed in the East.
Miami Heat resting their players allowing Indiana Pacers to have the one seed in the east. Wow.
The Indiana Pacers' big win over the Oklahoma City Thunder on Sunday is a blessing in disguise for the Miami Heat.
Pat Riley, Heat Passed On Chance To Acquire Evan Turner. The Miami Heat could have landed Turner before the Indiana Pacers ever had a chance of adding him.
by Kent Sterling The way the Indiana Pacers and Miami Heat are playing as they limp toward the end of the NBA's Regular Season, fans might think neither team values home court advantage through the...
Who's better between the Indiana Pacers and the Miami Heat?
Ok the New York Knicks didn't make the playoffs. We had a rough season with injuries and fines so I can't blame no one but us but the Indiana Pacers and Miami Heat did a sucker punch by letting Atlanta Hawks beat them just so they won't have to face the Knicks in the playoffs. SMH Knicks fan for life!
It turns out the Indiana Pacers weren’t the only Eastern Conference contender interested in trading for then-Philadelphia 76ers swingman Evan Turner during the NBA trade deadline in February. According to reports, the Miami Heat were as well. Per Dan Le Batard of the Miami Herald, the Heat wou...
To my basketball fans, which team do y'all think the Atlanta Hawks have a better chance at competing against in the playoffs, the Indiana Pacers or the Miami Heat? (I know the hawks are more likely to lose the series lol)
NBA Rumors: Miami Heat turned down Evan Turner dealLast update on April 13, 2014 underSportsWhen the Indiana Pacers dealt Danny Granger to the Philadelphia 76ers to acquire former overall pick Evan Turner, some questioned the deal while others praised it, believing Turner could help the Pacers ov...
I am saying this right now-- the Chicago Bulls will beat the Indiana Pacers in the playoffs then go on to have the right to get humiliated by the Miami Heat.
Miami Heat take over first place in Eastern Conference with 98-86 win over Indiana Pacers, p ..Pelicans NOLANews
Lebron James and the Miami Heat roll past the Indiana Pacers to reclaim the top spot in the EAST. QUESTION: Who do you think will meet in the Eastern Conference Finals? TAG your friends that love LeBron and the Heat!
Yes! Miami Heat won vs the Indiana Pacers and the new no.1 team in the Eastern Conference in the NBA.
With the top seed on the line, plus some potentially valuable momentum going into the playoffs, the Indiana Pacers plan to return to their full lineup when they play the Miami Heat on Friday, coach Frank Vogel said.
Ladies N gentlemen please sit back relax and watch the two best teams in the East fighting for the seat in the Eastern Conference, Miame Heat and Indiana Pacers. Please enjoy how the Indiana Pacers will desgrace Miami Heat tonight on NBA TV, game time is 7:30 PM, HA ha Ha !!!
I should stop watching Miami Heat games. It's not good for my blood pressure. April 9, 2014 Miami Heat 102 - 107 Memphis Grizzlies Miami Heat is going to play against Indiana Pacers (now number 1) on Friday! Should I watch?
(1)Miami Heat(53-24) will be facing (9)Memphis Grizzlies(45-32) (2)Indiana Pacers(53-25) will be facing (15)Milwaukee Bucks(14-63) Last Game of Miami Heat in Elimination will be facing Indiana Pacers. Let's go Miami Heat beat Indiana Pacers.
Yes Sir! The Miami Heat is n the drivers seat! Passed the Indiana Pacers now first in the Eastern Conference! HEAT NATION!
New York Knicks center Tyson Chandler has always believed in his team’s playoffs chances, and he has message for the No. 1 seed (Miami Heat or Indiana Pacers) if his team does slide into the postseason. Chandler told the New York Post that “somebody’s in trouble if the Knicks make the playoffs...
There was a fight in the crowd during the Miami Heat and Indiana Pacers game the other night. Check out the...
The battle for supreme dominance in the Eastern Conference continued in Indianapolis Wednesday night and not for a second did the Indiana Pacers or the Miami Heat disappoint. 1. Lance Stephenson go...
Yes, I love my Denver Nuggets ... I've been getting a lot of " Miami Heat" over my recent comments about them so I'd better " Indiana Pacers" myself or I'm gunna find myself strung up by some "New York Nets" and some " San Antonio Spurs" up my *** .. So I'm gunna go now cause I'm feeling a bit "New Orleans Hornets", which by the way are now the New Orleans Pelicans... But I'm not feeling Pelican...!!! Lol!!!
In NBA: the Top of the Eastern Conference Table Clash ended with defeat for d Miami Heat as d Indiana Pacers won by 84-83 pts.
Video Clip: Paul George Throw Down A Nasty Dunk Over Lebron James With the Indiana Pacers trailing the Miami Heat by three points in the fourth quarter, Paul George delivered the highlight of the game, blowing past Lebron James (not easy to do) for this vicious dunk:
Indiana Pacers edge Miami Heat 84-83 in battle of Eastern Conference titans (plus more NBA scores, hi...
The two top teams in the Eastern Conference squared off on Wednesday, as the Indiana Pacers and Miami Heat battled in a highly-touted matchup of elite foes...
If my home got ESPN.. i wanna watch game between Miami Heat vs Indiana Pacers!!
The Chicago Bulls just might be this season's biggest playoff sleepers, as everyone seems to have their eyes on the Miami Heat and the Indiana Pacers. Who will be the X-factor in Chicago? We caught up with K.C. Johnson of the Chicago Tribune to get his take, and you can check out what he has to...
Stephen A. Smith sits down with the Indiana Pacers starting five to talk about winning an NBA championship and their South Beach rivals; Miami Heat. Extra Ta...
cngrats to the Indiana Pacers and Miami Heat for making the play-offs ion New York Knicks looking to bring the legendary Phil Jackson in the front office post..that would be a gr8 catch for them!
Miami Heat are two wins behind Indiana Pacers. They became the 2nd NBA team to clinch a playoff spot. They are creeping up on Indiana Pacers who are on a four game skid. Two win difference now with the same amount of losses. Interesting!
Miami Heat now 1.5 games behind Indiana Pacers. Pacers going all out to win the east and not a big difference at halfway season.
NBA Rumors: Roy Hibbert says Indiana will stop Miami Heat three-peat - FanSided
Another talk about TRADE.there is a realistic trade possibility that would both catapult the Thunder into the driver's seat in the Western Conference and position the Knicks to challenge the Indiana Pacers and Miami Heat in the East: Russell Westbrook, Kendrick Perkins and a future second-round draft pick for Tyson Chandler, Iman Shumpert, Raymond Felton and the right to swap future first-round draft picks. What you you guys think of this?!?
I just heard Andrew Bynum got signed with the Indiana Pacers. My opinion is that if he wants to play, Indiana is destroying the competition on their way to their 1st NBA Championship. The only team I see giving them a run is San Antonio Spurs (mentally stronger) or they cheat for the Miami Heat again!
Will not signing Andrew Bynum hurt the Miami Heat?: The Indiana Pacers recently agreed to sign the troubled fr...
While the Miami Heat have been rumored to be interested in Andrew Bynum since he was unloaded by the Chicago Bulls, it was Miami’s arch rival in the East, the Indiana Pacers, that signed the big man. Many speculated that the Heat would sign Bynum to counter the size of Indiana’s Roy Hibbert. Instead...
The Dallas Mavericks' Dirk Nowitzki and the Miami Heat's Chris Bosh headline the list of 14 players that have been selected by the coaches as reserves for the 2014 NBA All-Star Game, the NBA announced today. Nowitzki earns his 12th selection, which ties him for sixth all-time with nine players, while Bosh secures his ninth trip to the All-Star Game in 11 NBA seasons. The 63rd NBA All-Star Game will be exclusively televised on TNT from New Orleans Arena on Sunday, Feb. 16, 2014. The All-Star Game, also broadcast live on ESPN Radio, will collectively reach fans in 215 countries and territories in more than 40 languages. Three first-time All-Stars join Bosh as reserves in the East: DeMar DeRozan (Toronto Raptors), Paul Millsap (Atlanta Hawks) and John Wall (Washington Wizards). The Brooklyn Nets' Joe Johnson earns his seventh selection, while the Indiana Pacers' Roy Hibbert and the Chicago Bulls' Joakim Noah are All-Stars for the second time in their careers. Joining Nowitzki as reserves in the West are LaMa ...
I thinks it's going to be Indiana Pacers and Miami Heat on the east and Oklahoma Thunder and I guess the spurs in the playoffs
Indiana Pacers sign Andrew Bynum for remainder of the season.so the Heat don't sign him. I guess Miami is all in with Greg Oden. WO!
C Andrew Bynum has signed a deal with the Indiana Pacers. Sources from the Pacers say that Bynum was signed by the Pacers to back up Roy Hibbert, but I think the real reason why Indiana signed Bynum was to compete against the Miami Heat. The Heat always struggle against teams with strong bigs. Even without Bynum, the Heat would still struggle against Indiana. Now if the Pacers and Heat run into each other in the Playoffs, Miami has one more player to worry about.
I'm also thinking the Indiana Pacers signed Andrew Bynum to make it impossible for the Miami Heat to sign him. The Heat were looking at, and probably going to sign Bynum at some point. Now they can't. So if anything, it was a strategic move by the Pacers.
Indiana Pacers sign Andrew Bynum.if Bynum finally becomes motivated to play, even if it is only at half the level he played during his best season with the Lakers, the Miami Heat are in real trouble. The Pacers now potentially have two 7 footers to throw at the Heat's questionable inside game. Bynum was a great rebounder with the Lakers. If he can give the Pacers a strong rebounding presence on the inside, even if he isn't the scorer he once was, he will give the Miami Heat problems. The Miami Heat's greatest weakness is their rebounding. Hopefully playing for a contender will motivate Bynum to play. Hopefully his knees hold up.I have my doubts about him. But this is a risk-free signing for the Pacers with a lot of potential return-value so that makes it a great move. We'll see how this unfolds..:)
I see is over for the Miami Heat fans Indiana Pacers going all the way
Are the OKC Thunder better than both the Miami Heat and Indiana Pacers as well as the Portland Trail Blazers right now?
When it comes to the San Antonio Spurs, one thing must always be remembered: The Regular Season means very little. Sporting a sparkling 33-12 record, the Spurs are sitting pretty in a spot where they’ve found themselves all too often for nearly two decades: near the top of the Western Conference standings. For a team that has experienced as much postseason success as the Spurs, however, their place in the standings carries about as much weight as an “insightful” Gregg Popovich halftime interview. You’re not learning anything new. The same can be said for the Spurs’ abysmal record against the elite teams in the NBA. Much has been made about the 1-11 mark the Spurs currently sport against the upper echelon teams in the NBA—the Miami Heat, Oklahoma City Thunder, Indiana Pacers, Portland Trail Blazers, Houston Rockets and Los Angeles Clippers. If this were any other team, that record would be a precursor to future problems. An inability to defeat the teams you would most likely face in the playoff ...
Look, I understand a lot of my friends don't understand various aspects of sports, but when you watch the games and the teams, you see what's good and what's bad. Everybody knows Lebron James and the Miami Heat, but not everybody knows Paul George and the Indiana Pacers. The last 2 years Lebron and Miami have eliminated Indiana and gone on to win 2 championships. That's not going to happen this year. Indiana will find a way to defeat Miami and make the Finals and ultimately win it all. Plus it will be good to have a new team in the Finals. When I see Larry Bird and Donnie Walsh under the guidance of Mr. Simon (owner of Simon Malls throughout the U.S.) sitting in the crowd watching the games amongst normal fans, that tells me that they care and are engaged. I respect them. I know they want to win. They have the heart and what it takes to be the best. And I believe they will beat Miami and either OKC or SA in May and June. Go Pacers.
Since the end of last season the Miami Heat have made four significant roster moves. All of them have generally worked how the franchise had hoped for at this point. But they’ve also had an unintended consequence that may have opened a new Heat weakness, especially in how it relates to what seems like a destined matchup with the Indiana Pacers. Since winning the title in June the Heat used the amnesty provision on Mike Miller to release him. They signed Michael Beasley and Greg Oden to minimum contracts. And they traded Joel Anthony and two draft picks for Toney Douglas. Though Beasley has been up and down -- lately it’s been down, coach Erik Spoelstra has slashed his minutes -- he’s been a generally positive reclamation project at a terrific price. After methodical rehab, Oden has now played three games and has shown some moments that hint he could end up being an important piece later in the season, also at a great price. The Miller and Anthony moves look to have saved the Heat more than $23 milli ...
George doesn’t think Miami Heat can beat Indiana Pacers in playoffs
You question the Miami Heat at your own peril. Last season's questions were followed by a 27-game winning streak. Later, Game 7 questions against the Indiana Pacers and San Antonio Spurs were answered with a third consecutive trip to the NBA Finals and a second consecutive NBA cha...
Indiana Pacers center Roy Hibbert is hearing Andrew Bynum wants to play for the Los Angeles Clippers or Miami Heat.
Members of the Miami Heat lost their cool on Wednesday night in a game against the Indiana Pacers. Lebron James and Mario Chalmers had to be separated during a timeout However, James ...
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LeBron (ankle) misses practice Lebron James sat out of the Miami Heat's light practice Tuesday to rest his sore left ankle, and he's considered questionable for Wednesday's game against the Indiana Pacers. James sustained the injury late in the third quarter of Monday's 117-94 victory against the Utah Jazz when he tripped over his own foot while attempting to drive to the basket in transition. James left the court and sat out the first seven minutes of the fourth quarter before returning and finishing the game. The defending champs are trying to three-peat. The four-time league MVP is expected to receive treatment throughout Tuesday and into Wednesday before his status is determined for the matchup between the teams with the best records in the Eastern Conference. The Pacers beat the Heat 90-84 last week in Indianapolis. Speaking after Tuesday's practice, James said his ankle felt "about the same" as it did Monday night and that he would not have played if the Heat had a game Tuesday. "Very stiff, very so ...
After knocking off the Miami Heat in a contentious Eastern Conference match-up, the Indiana Pacers remain in top spot of the TSN.ca NBA Power Rankings, though the West takes eight of the next nine spots.
Roy Hibbert is the X-factor for the Indiana Pacers against the Miami Heat. The road to the NBA Finals for either team will go through Hibbert.
NBA play-by-play of the back-to-back defending champion Miami Heat (15-6) taking on the NBA's best record in the Indiana Pacers (18-3) in the first rematch of the 13-14 season is now uploaded. It's a potential Eastern Conference Finals preview, and it was a great game. Fans can only hope this happens. FYI, check out the blog on the "N.Y. State of Mind in the NBA" as I talk about the sad state of basketball of the Nets and the Knicks. David Aldridge of the TNT fame interviewed Piston Center Andre Drummond in his "Morning Tip." We will discuss the interview as well as a season update and Tigers news on "Sports Day in the D" on Friday.
Two defending champions lose to two of my favorite teams! Manchester City beat Bayern Munich & Indiana Pacers beat the Miami Heat. Another great day in sports.
MIAMI — A week passed, and then another, and the Indiana Pacers kept piling up wins, while the Miami Heat dropped three contests, two to rebuilding opponents. On Nov...
411: A huge second-half from Paul George has led the Indiana Pacers to a 103-96 overtime victory away to the New York Knicks in the NBA. The 35 points from George was the outstanding performance of the night, while Anthony shot 30 and grabbed 18 rebounds for the Knicks. It was the Knicks' sixth straight loss at Madison Square Garden with their last win at home occurring on October 20. The Portland Trail Blazers won their eighth straight game with a 91-82 win at the struggling Milwaukee Bucks. Condemning the Bucks to their sixth defeat in a row, the Trail Blazers wore their opponent down with LaMarcus Aldridge (21 points) and Damian Lillard (19 points) starring. In the second overtime game of the night, the Memphis Grizzlies earned a tough 88-81 win at the Golden State Warriors. The Grizzlies overcame a slow start to grind away at the Warriors, who were missing star Point Guard Stephen Curry. The Miami Heat continued to gather momentum as they crushed the Orlando Magic 120-92 on the road. Lebron James shot ...
I have two tickets to the SOLDOUT Indiana Pacers vs. Miami Heat Game on December 10. Tickets in hand, would prefer to sell them to a friend before I list them somewhere. Neither my husband or I can go because of work. Section 222, Row 7, seats 7&8. great gift for anyone. Hit me up if you are interested and we can negotiate the price. Typically for sold out games of this caliber, it would be at least $30 each. I also know where to park for only $12, and it is just three blocks from the arena.
The Bulls knocked off the visiting Pacers 110-94 handing Indiana its first loss on the season. Derrick Rose recorded 20 points for Chicago, now 5-3 on the season. Chicago "streakbusters" Bulls: Miami Heat; 27 games - ✔ New York Knicks; 14 games - ✔ Indiana Pacers; 9 games - ✔ Next, please. hehe Dimps Jp, Pipoy Muffins
Its that time Nwsportsfanatics NBA Eastern Conference Preview! 1. Miami Heat- Back to back champions have appeared in the last 3 finals plus they have the best player on the planet. Lebron James, Dwayne Wade, and Chris Bosh and their great supporting cast embark on their three peat journey who is gonna stop them? Greg Oden can be huge pick up health willing. 2. Chicago Bulls- Derrick Rose is back to claim his spot of one of the best in the NBA. Loul Deng returns from injury, Taj Gibson looks much improved but the question is which Carlos Boozer are we going to get. Joakim Noah top 3 center in the NBA look for Jimmy Butler to continue his strong play. 3. Indiana Pacers- The return of Danny Granger will be huge for the Pacers. Resigning David West and extending Paul George to a max contract mean the East will have to deal with the man with two first names for years to come. Don't forget about Roy Hibbert and the most underrated player in the NBA Luis Scola. 4. Brooklyn Nets- On paper I see championship and ...
He's been impressive under Mourinho, But it's Indiana Pacers lead the Miami Heat by 4 after the f
Derrick Rose believes the Chicago Bulls have only one main rival -- the Miami Heat, not the Indiana Pacers. Rose made his feelings known before Friday night's preseason contest against the Pacers.
Here my Eastern Conference standings predictions for the 2013-2014 season. 1. Miami Heat- Lebron James. Chris Bosh. Dwayne Wade. Oh and they pretty much replaced Jwuan Howard and Mike Miller with Greg Oden and Michael Beasley. 2. Indiana Pacers- Another year for Paul George to improve. Can also say the same about Roy Hibbert. Danny Granger is back. Replaced Psycho T with a better back up PF, Luis Scola. Added CJ Watson, Chris Copeland. Stacked team. 3. Chicago Bulls- Derrick Rose is back. MVP Candidate, healthy Deng, Noah, and Hinrich. Had an underrated Free Agent signing with Mike Dunleavy Jr. They also have the 3rd best coach in the league. 4. Brooklyn Nets- Just look at their starting 5. They finished 4th in the East last year. And had Reggie Evans at PF. Now Kevin Garnett plays PF. Could be a top 3 team. But can Kidd coach them. And will it work. Probably the most stacked team in the NBA other then Miami. But Lakers did this last year and they finished 7th in the west. 5. New York Knicks- Carmelo Anth ...
My boy Ray Ray will definitely shine again this coming NBA Season he's lost some weight at 197pds his college size Ray Allen will alway's do want he does best assassinate team's like Indiana Pacers and Chicago Bulls an Brookyln Nets and New York Knicks and other team's that have gotten better this year our Miami Heat will 3Peat again because I really like how some ppl are forgetting how deep The Back2Back NBA Champions Miami Heat are also Ha,Ha,Ha!
BOLD PREDICTIONS: 1. The Indiana Pacers will be making the NBA Finals and yes, beating the Miami Heat. 2. The New York Knicks will prove this year, they're a team to be thought of when thinking about contenders. 3. Golden State Warriors will be in the Finals facing the Indiana Pacers. Mark it down, folks.-TBK
NBA Asia yet to receive any word on PH visit by champion coach Spoelstra NBA Asia has lined up several activities to drum up interest in the first-ever NBA preseason game in the country between the Houston Rockets and the Indiana Pacers. Unfortunately, a visit by Miami Heat coach Erik Spoelstra won’t be part of it. Carlo Singson, NBA Asia country manager, said the soft-spoken Spoelstra is not scheduled to appear in any of the major events being prepared ahead of the October 10 game at the Mall of Asia Arena. “It won’t necessarily be coach Spo this time,” said Singson. The activities include visits by former and current NBA players beginning with former Lakers and Pacers star Sam Perkins, who arrived in the country on Monday. But Singson said the door is very much open for Spoelstra, whose mother is Filipina from San Pablo, Laguna, if and when he plans to return to the country, saying they are actually just a phone call away. “We told him to just call us and we will arrange everything,” said Si ...
***Offseason NBA News*** -Indiana Pacers 'very close' to a deal with PG CJ Watson and SF Chris Copeland. -Washington Wizards interested in signing PF Antawn Jamison. -Golden State Warriors prepared to offer Klay Thompson, Andrew Bogut, and Harrison Barnes to a Sign and Trade deal with C Dwight Howard. -OJ Mayo has talked with Doc Rivers on a possibility of signing with the Clippers. -New Orleans Pelicans interested in aquiring G/F Tyreke Evans. -Lakers Interested in signing C Byron Mullens and SF Matt Barnes. - Miami Heat, Brooklyn Nets, and Atlanta Hawks all interested in Signing PG Sebastian Telfair. -Bulls interested in signing PG Mo Williams. -Z-Bo
Who will be the biggest threat for the Miami Heat in the East next season? For me is bulls because the return of D.Rose and Indiana Pacers because of Danny Granger :) what about yours?
Possible things that could happen this Offseason in the NBA: 1. Josh Smith (PF, Atlanta Hawks) is a FA and considering to go to the Celtics. 2. Charlotte Bobcats have trade plans to get Chris Bosh (C/PF, Miami Heat). 3. Pau Gasol (PF, LA Lakers) could become an RFA. 4. Tim Duncan (C, SA Spurs) could become a FA. 5. Paul George (SF/SG, Indiana Pacers) have possibilities of becoming a RFA. *FA - Free Agent *RFA - Restricted Free Agent Accdg to some reliable sources.
On the cusp of apocalyptic cataclysm of epic athletic proportions the Miami Heat mustered their staple gumption when faced with perilous hardships, proving rumors of their demise were greatly exaggerated. Peepz get it tangled thinking Miami is simply Hollywood. Undoubtedly, they’re a brazen squad loaded with braswado, flash, flamboyance, starpower and occasional arrogance and superciliousness. But that’s a major misnomer. With their decisive fourth-quarter thunderclappin of the Spurs, being entrenched a close three point game, seemingly destined for another nailbiting, fireflamez, off the window pane, enthralling finish, the Heat moved to 6-0 after defeats this postseason, all of which were double-digit tramplings. It was the same great doughtiness, spaldings, valor and intestinal fortitude Miami has shown since trailing 2-1 against the Indiana Pacers in route to last year’s championship coronation. Mia Big 3 ferociously got it in like juices and gin, with their 85 points. The King was the King wit ...
6th International Coaches Clinic 2013 in Lebanon: Player development, basketball skill development, strength and conditiong The Largest Basketball Clinic in the Middle East Friday 12th of July Saturday 13th of July Sunday 14th of July Speakers will be Coach Julian Betko , Coach Eric Stang And National Coach Rizkallah Zaloum. -Julian Betko has a long playing experience in the United States as well as in Europe. Since 2008 he has been fully devoted to player development. Julian has been coaching in America and Spain and has worked individually with NBA, Euroleague, and top pre-draft and European players which makes him one of the best skill-improvement coaches in Europe. At Champions Academy in Indianapolis, USA Julian has worked on individual skills with following players; Shelvin Mack-Philadelphia 76ers, Mario Chalmers-Miami Heat, Danny Granger-Indiana Pacers, Jarrett Jack- Golden State Warriors, Carl Landry-Golden State Warriors, Michael Green-Varese, Italy, Anton Gavel-Brose Baskets Bamberg, Euroleague, ...
Indiana Pacers plan to chase Miami Heat again next year - USA TODAY
When the Spurs win, that means the Miami Heat and the Indiana Pacers get NOTHING! Justice served!
Tomorrow, 11am AEST, marks the beginning of the eagerly anticipated NBA Finals between two storied franchises in what is destined to be one of the great Finals matchups in the last 20 years. From whichever way you look at it, this series between the defending champions Miami Heat and the San Antonio Spurs will truly be memorable. Both teams have a "Big 3", both teams have role players that specifically know their duty, both teams have coaches who understand the game very very well (pop is truly a master) and both teams have without a doubt excelled this season in their respective conferences. The Heat do have home court advantage in these playoffs, which is extremely beneficial but they are coming off a gruelling 7 games series against the physical Indiana Pacers. However, the Heat did overcome the Celtics in last years Eastern Conference Finals and had enough gas in the tank to outlast the Thunder in 5. On the other hand, the Spurs have been on fire out in the West these playoffs, and are coming off a be ...
Dwayne Wade and Chris Bosh showed up for game 7 against Indiana Pacers, but the question, Can they keep that level of play up against the Spurs? San Antonio's BIG 3 vs Miami Heat's BIG 3... This is going to be an interesting series to watch
Miami Heat & Indiana Pacers series was the best series so far of the playoffs. Now let's see if the ...
The reigning NBA champions will have a chance to defend their title, as the Miami Heat crushed the Indiana Pacers in a decisive Game 7. Lebron James had 32 points and Dwyane Wade played his best game in a long time.
How about this bet boxer Floyd Mayweather bet £3.8 million to win just £400,000 on a basketball match. The worlds highest paid sportsman nicknamed money placed the bet on Miami Heat to beat Indiana Pacers which they did 99 76. PURE MADNESS. According to a survey by dating website match.com 73% of people found others more attractive in Summer photos rather than winter ones as they looked happier and healthier. So you singletons all you need now is the Summer to come along to boost your chances of love or better still just stay single and enjoy life. Sorry but its back after a few days off because i have been lost in report making here its todays anagram which is ORNATETAIL Good Luck if you have a go let me know if you get it. Todays programme of the day is on Channel 5 at 7.00pm and is called D Day The Ultimate Conflict the true story of the Normandy landings on the 6th June 1944. I hope you all have a good day.
Lebron James responded to harsh comments made by Indiana Pacers coach Frank Vogel, defending the Miami Heat and noting they are not simply just another team...
Floyd Mayweather Jr. is allegedly betting $5.9 million that the Miami Heat will beat the Indiana Pacers
THE GREEK SAYS ... Here we go again … Another professional athlete and another homophobic slur. This time it was Roy Hibbert of the Indiana Pacers after Saturday night’s defeat of the defending NBA champion Miami Heat. It’s shame for a host of reasons. First of all, it took attention away from a great story about competition and teamwork and how that can be better than a group of superstars. And then, you have a good guy. One of the smarter guys in the NBA in Roy Hibbert. He’a 7-foot-2 beast, but he’s thoughtful and funny and glib. Georgetown educated. He’s a great interview. Always quotable, and usually for the rights reasons. Of course, he has apologized. But now he’s a little marked up and he has only himself to blame. We live in a sensitive time, it seems. But, really, it only feels sensitive because we’ve been so insensitive for so long. If you were marginalized for any reason, it has always been acceptable for the marginalizers to throw any old insult at you. Not acceptable in any me ...
Mayweather bets $5.9 million on Miami Heat to beat Indiana Pacers - - WOW!
It's just in,the Miami Heat will go against San Antonio Spurs on Thursday for Best of Seven Series Championship Games! Leading the Miami Heat is Lebron James who had a superb MVP performance against Indiana Pacers main man Paul George who's been on a foul trouble and eventually left the game with only 8points. Backing up Lebron James was Dwyane Wade who's been terrific in offensive end in the first half.
All fanaticism aside, I would like to congratulate the Indiana Pacers for giving Miami Heat the toughest challenge during the post season. Pacers is a good team. They really show they have what it takes to be a champion. Unfortunately, Miami is a better team and is a champion. I can see the Pacers going very far in the future. Hibbert, George, West and the other are getting better and might surprise people next year.
Nah nah nah nah nah nah nah nah hey hey hey Goodbye! You put up a good fight but it was not meant to be. Better luck next time Indiana Pacers! Another battle up ahead Miami vs San Antonio! But today we Celebrate yay Go the Miami Heat woot woot :D
Lebron James goes up to shoot against Ian Mahinmi (via REUTERS/Joe Skipper) IND 70-96 MIA, 2:17 4Q. This Game 7 is so exciting between Miami Heat and Indiana Pacers. During Half Time, Lebron did a handshake with David Beckham. Wow Thats great! I wish Miami Heat will win this Eastern Conference.
game 7 Miami Heat vs. Indiana Pacers! - Lebron James = this is what greatness is all about! ;] leggo heat!
Getting ready to watch game 7, Miami Heat vs Indiana Pacers!! Come on Heat,put a whooping on them that they won't soon forget!! Let's Go Heat!!
Game 7 Predictions! Miami Heat or Indiana Pacers.. ??? Personally I think the Heat are going to take the game. Too much pressure on Indiana. BUUUTTT Lebron can't carry the team . So they better step up.
What Time Is It? It's Time For The Miami Heat to put a Spanking on the Indiana Pacers. The Heat will win in a Blow Out of Indiana. The Miami Heat By 21 Points. This will be a easy game for the HEAT!!! That's what time it is. "Go Heat"
The Miami Heat shootout this morning heading to the Game7 tonite Dwayne Wade & Lebron James did not talk to each other due to struggling performance & not sharing the ball issues that drove the Miami Heat loss to the Indiana Pacers on Saturday's game6. Uh uh uh.You better get your act together boys otherwise no repeat NBA championship chance this year. It 's post time baby for the most gruelling NBA playoff 2013...Just a few minutes away...may the best team wins.Ed D Greek picks Miami to win. How about you?
Holy Moly, Floyd Mayweather betted $5.9 million dollars on the Miami Heat, good lord that's a whole lot of green, lets go Indiana Pacers.
Who will go home Miami Heat or Indiana Pacers?
HEAT vs. PACER ::: Something fascinating has occurred to me. Seriously. As some of you know I have been a fan of the Miami Heat since Lebron showed up. So I am more of a fan of Lebron than anything. Reasons why? First and foremost I like the way he kept his cool throughout everything he was going through during that transition never once lost it and he is an excellent player that takes his job very serious. All attributes a guy like myself can admire and wish to posses personally. Now with that being said as the Miami Heat takes on the Indiana Pacers this evening I have noticed a slew of Pacer fans emerged. And thats great. But I look deeper and realized something very odd. These people are not Pacer fans they are simply Lebron Haters! Its sad. Its not that these people want to see the Pacers win, they just want to see Lebron lose. Now I know many will say im going to deep it aint that serious Im tripping but I have watched fans of every single team that has lost jump on the Pacers bandwagon. Now if the P ...
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