- Geek & Sci-Fi
On the final possession of last night's game between the Heat and the Pacers, Miami trailed by two with a chance to either send the game into overtime or end the series with a three.
For the fourth time in the 2014 NBA Playoffs and the sixth time over his last 21 games, Pacers big man Roy Hibbert put up a bagel in the scoring column.
Combined, LeBron James and Dwyane Wade had 23 points on 10-for-22 shooting through the first three quarters.
Miami's defense couldn't figure out what Indiana was doing on offense, and the Pacers withstood Miami's small ball attack on the other side of the court while cruising to a 107-96 win at home and a 1-0 lead in the Eastern Conference Finals.
Playoff basketball is structured to ignite the best basketball out of every player and every team fortunate enough to get invited to the big dance.
The NBA is “Where Amazing Happens” and the 2014 NBA Playoffs have given a new definition to the word amazing.
Roy was true to his word.
Everybody is wondering what's happened to Indiana big man Roy Hibbert.
Roy's been God-awful, but other guys have seen dips in production, too.
After Roy Hibbert's second Double Zero in a week, fans and former stars have become more than ruthless in describing his awful play.
During Washington's 102-96 Game 1 win, the Wizards outrebounded the Pacers 53-36 for 19 second-chance points.
A furious Indiana Pacers fan could be heard giving Paul George hell during the second quarter of last night's Game 5 loss to Atlanta.
The Pacers were supposed to be fired up at Bankers Life Fieldhouse after tying their first-round series in Atlanta during a gutty Game 4 performance.
The NBA Playoffs will either make or break a team or a player.
The Indiana Pacers are in shambles the day leading up to their Game 2 against the Hawks.
Fresh off of his 6-for-19 performance during Indiana's embarrassing 101-93 loss at home to a sub.
Just over two years ago, had you asked me whom I considered to be the NBA’s elite players, I would have given you three names: Dirk Nowitzki, Kobe Bryant and Dwyane Wade.