Indiana VP of Basketball Ops, Peter Dinwiddie, finalist for a top Memphis executive job, has decided to stay w/ Pacers, sources tell Yahoo.
Early East power poll: 1. Cavs (w/ Love) 2. Raptors (rise to 1 if no Love) 3. Hornets 4. Wizards 5. Heat 6. Bulls 7. Pacers 8. Hawks
If you're a veteran Pacers fan, this is pretty much 1999 all over again. Not saying next season will be like 2000, but many similarities.
Celtics, Timberwolves among those expressing interest in former No. 2 overall draft pick Evan Turner (Sixers/Pacers).
Rodney Stuckey es el nuevo jugador de Indiana Pacers. Más anotador que base armador
If Stuckey really signed for a veteran's minimum, the Pacers got off light in losing Stephenson. They made out, truth be told.
Stuckey on a vet's minimum is a steal for the Pacers
So apparently Rodney Stuckey has the blowing-in-ears role for the Pacers now.
With good/bad Lance going to Charlotte, wouldn't be surprised if the Pacers went after Rodney Stuckey...but do they have the cash?
Not having a playmaking point guard was mitigated by the fact Lance Stephenson was in the lineup. Pacers need a creator
Also hearing Pacers are expressing serious interest in Rodney Stuckey to fill backcourt void created by Lance Stephenson's move to Charlotte
Rival GM on Pacers losing Born Ready to Charlotte: "That is a big blow. We couldn't guard him."
The Pacers will still be really good, but losing Lance sucks. I've got the Bulls as favorites in the east if Rose is healthy.
The Eastern Conference sure looks wide open w/ all these moves....Cavs added LeBron, Wiggins,Miller. Pacers lose Lance. Bulls added Pau
July 16 EASTERN CONFERENCE POWER POLL: 1. Bulls, 2. Cavs (without KLove), 3. Wiz, 4. Miami, 5. Pacers, 6. Char., 7. Toronto, 8. Atlanta.