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I'm hoping Vogel lets members of the media get some playing time in the second half. My NBA dream could happen tonight.
I can confidently say I've never seen such a lopsided game in my life. Pacers up 58-19. Lakers now 5-of-39....
With three minutes left, this stat feels worth tweeting: Fewest points, first half 19-L.A. Clippers at L.A. Lakers, December 14, 1999
Vogel flashing a smile in timeout huddle. Hibbert sprints out to the floor to pick up Rodney Stuckey. Stuff's fun when you're winning, eh?
Stuckey goin' hard for that loose ball and Hibbert runs off the bench to help him up after the time out. Many good signs from this one.
If Kobe thinks his team was Charmin soft last week, wonder how he feels right now. Pacers 46, Lakers 17.
Miles continues to be an offensive factor now that he's found his stroke. Already with 11 points.
Nick Young drills a 3, preventing the Lakers from setting a record for fewest 1Q-pts scored on the Pacers. Previously: 9 (5x).
I don't want to sound like Jeff Van Gundy here, but if you celebrate a 3 pointer in a 19-point game, you should be hit with a tech promptly
There goes the record. My bad for providing the jinx material.
Nick Young just hit a 3-pointer to make the score 29-10 and celebrated, of course, because he just made a 3-pointer in a 19-point game.
In case you were wondering: The lowest point total in a quarter that the Pacers have held opponents to this season is 13: Lakers have 10
In true Kobe fashion, all starters are on the bench except for him, because of course, he is a robot.
Vogel takes his first timeout with the Pacers leading 24-4. That was quite a run by the starters.
Hibbert heads to the bench for a well deserved rest. Lavoy in.
Every shot Ronnie Price has made in the last three seasons has looked lucky to me.
Solomon Hill getting the first crack at guarding Kobe. Has to be surreal for him as a L.A. native. Kobe is in Year 19; Solo is 23 yrs old.
There is no center that Stuckey will not attack. This time goes at the chest of Jordan Hill for atough layup. Pacers lead 10-2
Rodney Stuckey now defending Kobe.
I'm gonna go ahead and say there are a couple of Kobe fans in the house tonight.
CJ Watson able to -- somehow -- draw three defenders, leaving west wide open on the Pick&pop play.
Kobe gets loud cheers too. Fans come to see the stars. Nothing wrong with that.
Byron Scott gets cheer from fans. The ones who remember Game 1 in Orlando.
Big cheer in BLF for Kobe Bryant during starter's intros. And yes, there's a lot of purple and gold in here.
Vogel said GHill will start full practice this week, will be on#Pacers road trip but unlikely to play.
Milestone Tracker: If Chris Copeland has 119 points tonight, he will not burst into the NBA record book, but also reach 1000 for his career.
Tonight's starting lineup for the Pacers: G C.J. Watson, G Rodney Stuckey, F Solomon Hill, PF David West, C Roy Hibbert.
With two fouls, Kobe ties Kareem as the Lakers' all-time leader in personal fouls. With three, he stands alone.
Lakers are 1-4 this season on the second game of back-to-backs. Pacers haven't played since Saturday.
Jeremy Lin gettin' some baseline jumpers in. http://t.co/xWqZKO2MND
Pacers doing some light pregame shootaround. http://t.co/CNZ7vu6G1i
Byron Scott joking about Kobe closing in on Lakers all-time fouling record.
Vogel on Stephenson rumor: "I'm not going to talk about anything but our team and winning tonight's game."
No return date set for George Hill (torn quad), but Vogel says the plan is for George to begin practicing "full-out" this week.
CJ Miles is active tonight and will play — but off the bench. Watson, Stuckey, and S. Hill start on the perimeter.
Bad news for Josh McRoberts, likely out for the season due to right knee surgery.
Slaves to the rumor mills ...
Missed out moment!
Celek laid an egg
NBC, they play fast, we get it. This is not the Eagles' first game under Kelly.
There it is. Kobe passed MJ, moved into third place on the NBA's scoring list w/ 32,293pts in Minnesota. No history making tomorrow at BLF.
NBA official Marc Davis: "My bad." "Yup..." - every player
I know Pacers were upset how he left. Took a chance on him, produced a movie and he left… they specifically didn't thank him online/Twitter.
Hornets wanting to part w/ Lance already? That was fast. He still hasn't talked with Larry Bird since July. Gotta wonder what his market is…