Post Tagged with: "d.j. augustin"

  • Scouting report: Bulls at Pacers

    Scouting report: Bulls at Pacers

    Pacers March 21, 2014 at 10:58 am

    The Sports Network Two of the top teams in the Eastern Conference jump it up Friday night when the Indiana Pacers welcome the Chicago Bulls to Bankers Life Fieldhouse. The Pacers are the East’s best team by three games over the two-time defending NBA champion Miami Heat. The Bulls are […]

     
  • Pacers try to match best start ever against Raptors

    Pacers try to match best start ever against Raptors

    Pacers November 8, 2013 at 11:08 am

    The Indiana Pacers are the only unbeaten team in the NBA and look to keep it that way when they host the Toronto Raptors Friday night from Bankers Life Fieldhouse. The Pacers are 5-0 for the first time as an NBA franchise and since 1971-72 as a member of the […]

     
  • Parting with Hansbrough is sweet sorrow for Pacers

    Parting with Hansbrough is sweet sorrow for Pacers

    Brunos Blog, Pacers July 10, 2013 at 10:29 am

    The sense of inevitability doesn’t make it much easier to swallow. We’ve known for a while Tyler Hansbrough’s days with the Pacers were numbered. They were numbered as soon as David West was signed as a free agent to be the team’s rock at power forward. But the news Tuesday […]

     
  • Has all the Pacers’ activity produced a better bench?

    Has all the Pacers’ activity produced a better bench?

    Brunos Blog, Pacers July 9, 2013 at 9:02 am

    The commitment to upgrading the Pacers’ bench has been met by a flurry of activity that could all become official tomorrow. Four players – first-round pick Solomon Hill and free agents Chris Copeland, C.J. Watson and Donald Sloan – are coming. Five players – Tyler Hansbrough, D.J. Augustin, Sam Young, […]

     
  • Pacers vs. Knicks Game 6 LIVE blog!

    Pacers vs. Knicks Game 6 LIVE blog!

    Brunos Blog, Pacers May 18, 2013 at 6:14 pm

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  • Pacers have many questions to answer in Game 6

    Pacers have many questions to answer in Game 6

    Brunos Blog, Pacers May 18, 2013 at 10:44 am

    Let’s assume George Hill is not going to play tonight. It’s a relatively safe assumption, given no player this season has missed fewer than five days with a concussion. Will his absence be the tipping point that reverses the course of this series and gives the Knicks not only opportunity, […]

     
  • If Hill can’t return, Pacers are in trouble

    If Hill can’t return, Pacers are in trouble

    Brunos Blog, Pacers May 17, 2013 at 8:05 am

    Fast breaks from the Pacers’ sloppy, slogging 85-75 loss to the Knicks in Game 5 Thursday at Madison Square Garden: >> Are concussions contagious? That might explain the Pacers’ performance. The bright lights of a potential closeout game at the Garden sure made them blink. >> Not sure what George […]

     
  • Pacers, Knicks need X-factors to swing series

    Pacers, Knicks need X-factors to swing series

    Brunos Blog, Pacers May 7, 2013 at 9:31 am

    What 2 Watch 4 in Game 2, when the Pacers go for the rare road sweep against the Knicks Tuesday night in Madison Square Garden with none other than Reggie Miller courtside providing analysis for the TNT broadcast: >> Battle of the X-factors When teams appear to be evenly matched, […]

     
  • Pacers went to work on Knicks in opener

    Pacers went to work on Knicks in opener

    Brunos Blog, Pacers May 5, 2013 at 9:12 pm

    Fast Breaks from the Pacers’ 102-95 victory over the evil Knicks in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference semifinals Sunday in Madison Square Garden: >> Typically, I like to start these postgame blogs by pointing out the one or two players, or possibly moments, that played the biggest part in […]

     
  • Pacers snatch home court advantage with win in N.Y.

    Pacers snatch home court advantage with win in N.Y.

    Pacers May 5, 2013 at 6:41 pm

    NEW YORK (TSN) – Indiana was tough, physical and composed, reminiscent of the Pacer teams of the 1990′s when the New York Knicks were a regular postseason rival. David West had 20 points, while Roy Hibbert tallied 14 points, eight rebounds and five blocks in the Pacers’ 102-95 win over […]