The Pacers, the No.
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The Pacers have gone through a complete metamorphosis since jumping out of the gate to a 40-11 start to the season.
Pardon The Interruption duo Tony Kornheiser and Michael Wilbon won April Fools Day.
Many NBA pundits are quick to tell you it's a player's league, and in many respects that's true.
After the Indiana Pacers came back in the second half to defeat the visiting Miami Heat on Tuesday night, you'd think they'd want to rest and recover from a game that came close to matching the hype and verve of a playoff contest.
With the start of the 2013-14 NBA season rapidly approaching, we thought it only fair to share what makes each team so exciting.
There is a wide belief among sports fans that basketball would be the easiest sport to coach as a player.
In today's NBA, we cherish those coaches who win.
Since the second the final buzzer sounded on the Heat/Pacers game last night, debate has been raging over whether or not Frank Vogel cost his team the game by keeping Roy Hibbert on the bench on the final possession.
So, LeBron James is pretty damn good or something.
The Indiana Pacers only scored 81 points last night, but they still managed to beat the Carmelo Anthony-less Knicks by five.
A few weeks into the season, they were perhaps the NBA's most disappointing team.
Indiana Pacers head coach, Frank Vogel, is known to be a young, hardworking coach that has motivated his team to get better each season he has been there.
Unless you're Skip Bayless and your job is to swim against the current of popular opinion â€” that being LeBron James keeping Miami almost single-handedly from exiting the playoffs was an incredible, once-every-50-years performance â€” LBJ was the first thing you talked to your friends about around the water cooler.
Indiana coach Frank Vogel knows his team will face a huge challenge in Miami in the Eastern Conference semifinals, but believes the talents in South Beach include an inordinate amount of flopping.
It's been two days - one weekend - and the NBA Playoffs have already thrown some twists our way.
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When we throw around the word "sleeper" in reference to an NBA team, it doesn't really say much other than we think Team X will surpass expectations.