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NBA Rumors: Utah Jazz Good Enough to do More Than Just Make the Playoffs

Posted on 7 Nov, 2016, by in NBA

During the offseason, we wrote about it’s now or never for the Utah Jazz. This is the season to make the playoffs and establish themselves as a rising force in the Western conference, or everything they’ve been building for the last few years will fall apart into the arms of another, long rebuild. More

NBA Rumors: Utah Jazz Have a 1-2 Years Max to Decide If They’re Serious Or Not

Posted on 6 Sep, 2016, by in NBA

The Utah Jazz have built themselves a nice team with Gordon Hayward and Rudy Gobert the center of their pretty long rebuild, almost reaping some reward (making the playoffs) last season. However, a franchise that hates spending and fears the luxury tax like dogs avoid vacuum cleaners, a few tough decisions are coming up. More

NBA Rumors – Indiana Pacers, Paul George Getting Surprising Help from George Hill

Posted on 10 Nov, 2015, by in NBA

After a few seasons of being good and predictable, the Indiana Pacers sorta bottomed out last season and sorta hit the reset button. Paul George is back, which helps a lot after missing him for most of last season. But the changes made have also allowed George Hill to step up, maybe an addition that Frank Vogel and Larry Bird didn’t expect. More

Cleveland Cavaliers – LeBron James Angry & Needs to Start Another Streak

Posted on 7 Feb, 2015, by in NBA

There were plenty of things for LeBron James to be angry about but more than anything was simply losing 103-99 to the Indiana Pacers which means the end to the 12-game winning streak, falling one shot of the Cleveland Cavaliers franchise record. More

Minnesota Timberwolves – Andrew Wiggins Shows There’s Plenty to be Excited About

Posted on 8 Oct, 2014, by in NBA

The number one draft pick in 2014 wasn’t on the winning side of his NBA preseason debut, but Andrew Wiggins did everything expected of him and more playing his first game for the Minnesota Timberwolves as they lost to the Indiana Pacers. Who knows, maybe his abilities will be able to hide the fact that Ricky Rubio still looks awful when it comes to scoring. More

Indiana Pacers – Breaking the Glass Ceiling

Posted on 1 Jun, 2014, by in NBA

The Indiana Pacers aren’t a minority in the NBA, but there seems to be an impassable barrier that keeps holding them back from reaching the NBA finals. The question that needs to be asked – is it another team getting in their way, or are their other problems, internal, from the coaching of Frank Vogel, to the problematic Roy Hibbert and Lance Stephenson, or maybe the not quite superstar Paul George, or maybe even the decision making of Larry Bird, resulting in a bench that is completely ignored throughout the playoffs? More

NBA Playoffs – Miami Heat Made Adjustments, Indiana Pacers Did Nothing

Posted on 21 May, 2014, by in NBA

Making adjustments is the name of the game in the NBA playoffs, and the Miami Heat combined that factor that comes with good coaching and experience to the ability of LeBron James and Dwyane Wade to convert in the most important of moments, leading the Miami Heat to a 87-83 road win in game of the Eastern conference finals, making it a 1-1 series against the Indiana Pacers, who clearly regressed in comparison to their first game, looking quite lost and sheepish in the closing minutes. More

NBA Playoffs – Indiana Pacers Close to Perfect, Miami Heat Have to Improve

Posted on 19 May, 2014, by in NBA

Things couldn’t have gone any better for the Indiana Pacers in game 1 of the Eastern Conference finals, beating the Miami Heat 107-96 to take the 1-0 lead with Paul George, Roy Hibbert and David West leading the way, while the Miami Heat didn’t get anyone to show besides LeBron James and Dwyane Wade. More

Houston Rockets – Jeremy Lin Trade & What it Means for James Harden

Posted on 11 May, 2014, by in NBA

The logical thing to do after another early exit from the playoffs for the Houston Rockets? Getting rid of Kevin McHale, making James Harden understand that this team isn’t just about him and giving Jeremy Lin a bigger role in running the offense. However, the NBA isn’t the most logical of places at times, and there’s nothing from what’s happened over the last two years that suggests right decisions are what we should expect from this franchise. More

Indiana Pacers – The Center They Need

Posted on 8 May, 2014, by in NBA

The flowchart of these playoffs have turned Roy Hibbert into one of the most talked about players in the nation, mostly negative things. In game of the conference semifinals, he put all the criticisms and problems behind him to have a huge night, helping out the Indiana Pacers even things with the Washington Wizards after two games, winning 86-82. More