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Indiana Pacers – Finally Looking Like Contenders

Posted on 4 May, 2014, by in NBA

Whatever bothered the Indiana Pacers through their series with the Atlanta Hawks might be gone or solved, as the number one seed in the East took care of business in game 7 with a 92-80 win to advance into the conference semifinals, as Paul George had another big game while Roy Hibbert, after a long and worrying slumber finally decided it’s time to show up. More

NBA Playoffs – Game 7 Predictions (Grizzlies vs Thunder, Warriors vs Clippers, Hawks vs Pacers)

Posted on 3 May, 2014, by in NBA

The first series of Game 7’s the NBA playoffs have bestowed upon us gets under way, with the Memphis Grizzlies visiting the Oklahoma City Thunder, the Golden State Warriors hosted by the Los Angeles Clippers and the Indiana Pacers hosting introducing the Atlanta Hawks. More

Atlanta Hawks – Far From a Surprise or an Upset

Posted on 29 Apr, 2014, by in NBA

There have been too many ups and downs in this series to anoint the Atlanta Hawks as the team that knocked off a number one seed, but with their 107-97 win on the road against the Indiana Pacers they might have finally crushed what remains of the spirit that led their opponents all through this season, but about to fall way short of the goal they set for themselves. More

NBA Playoffs – Game 4 / 5 Predictions (Spurs vs Mavericks, Heat vs Bobcats, Hawks vs Pacers)

Posted on 28 Apr, 2014, by in NBA, Uncategorized

More of these wonderful NBA playoffs, with two game 4’s, as the Miami Heat try and complete a sweep against the Charlotte Bobcats while the San Antonio Spurs try and escape the predicament they’ve found themselves in against the Dallas Mavericks. The third series is a bit more advanced, as it’ll be game 5 for the Atlanta Hawks and the Indiana Pacers. More

Indiana Pacers – Suddenly They’re Good Again

Posted on 23 Apr, 2014, by in NBA

Getting pushed against a wall often brings out the best in teams, and thanks to a big night from Paul George and Luis Scola, the Indiana Pacers are tied at 1-1 with the Atlanta Hawks in their first round NBA Playoffs series following a 101-85 win, suggesting to everyone that it was too soon to give up on them. More

NBA Playoffs – Game 2 Predictions (Wizards vs Bulls, Hawks vs Pacers, Nets vs Raptors)

Posted on 22 Apr, 2014, by in NBA

The NBA Playoffs continue with three series in which the road team was able to steal home court advantage and head into game 2 with a lot less pressure on their shoulders: The Washington Wizards visiting the Chicago Bulls, Atlanta Hawks playing the Indiana Pacers and the Brooklyn Nets facing the Toronto Raptors. More

Indiana Pacers – Embarrassing on Both Ends of the Floor

Posted on 20 Apr, 2014, by in NBA

The theory that things will magically get better once the playoffs begin for the Indiana Pacers was proven wrong by the surprising Atlanta Hawks and especially Jeff Teague, leading the #8 seed in the East to a 101-93 win in game 1 to take away home court advantage. More

NBA Playoffs – Hawks vs Pacers Game 1 Predictions

Posted on 19 Apr, 2014, by in NBA

Teams that enter the playoffs with a sub .500 record don’t usually do too well, but the Atlanta Hawks are hoping to change that. The Indiana Pacers are also looking for something of a turnaround, but it has more to do with their ability this season, which has been very poor heading into the postseason through the second half of the 2013-2014 season. More

NBA Playoffs – Hawks vs Pacers Series Predictions

Posted on 18 Apr, 2014, by in NBA

The Atlanta Hawks shouldn’t have made the playoffs once Al Horford went down with a season ending injury but played a lot better than people expected out of them. The Indiana Pacers went through an opposite kind of path: From definite title contenders and Paul George looking like an MVP early in the season, to a team no one is quite sure of at this stage, with Roy Hibbert looking more like a scrub than a DPOY he claims to be. More

Indiana Pacers – A New Low

Posted on 7 Apr, 2014, by in NBA

It’s funny that a team with a 53-25 can be considered to be in a crisis, but the Indiana Pacers aren’t playing anything like championship contenders, and their loss, at home, 107-88 to the Atlanta Hawks has to be one of those rock bottom moments they’ve been heading towards for quite some time. More