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Sunday's One on One features Part 2 of Scot Pollard. Talking his Pacers, NBA career and budding movie career. 11am on Fm107.5 and 1070 AM.
So wait, did he just find the unifying theory?
"I'm not a scientist." Could've fooled me!
We are approaching greatest press conference of all time.
Bill Belichick gave me the first D I ever got on a report card. But his class was so boring!
During hostage situations, the police should just pump in the sound of a Belichick presser so everyone will be asleep within minutes.
Commentators always point out the smart moves by coaches. But never the dumb ones.
Wow. Just watched the Klay Thompson highlights. Just unreal!
Remember when Mark Jackson said he had the best back court of all time and everyone laughed at him?
Klay had that 2k perfect release on them boys lol
Klay have it all
Stan the Man and Mr. Cub. Sorry Yankees and Red Sox fans, but no legends meant more to their fans bases than those guys. Class.
Like Stan Musial, Ernie Banks got the Presidential Medal of Freedom not long before he died. Very glad they both did.
Cubs and Cardinals fans like to argue (I know firsthand), but each organization has lost their greatest player during the last two years.
Btw, with his 6th technical foul tonight, Frank Vogel now tied for league lead among coaches (Steve Kerr, Tom Thibodeau the other leaders)
Luis Scola with the cold hard truth: “The truth is, we lost. The truth is we (were) behind. The truth is, we need to win games.”
Miles: "I started feeling it get worse and that's when the timeout came…so I had to say something." Said strain affected running & jumping
C.J. Miles said he felt the strain in his left groin early in the game. Played a few more mins before telling training staff abt the pain
Other NBA things: CHI responds in a huge way beating Mavs and Spurs b2b. Cavs have it all figured out. Knicks winning games?
George Hill second guesses and says he should've taken one more dribble so that Watson would've gotten an open look from the corner 3
Rough loss for the Pacers, but George Hill's team-high +14 in just 20 minutes of play is a monstrous bright spot amid a tough streak.
Vogel on comeback: "We were very displeased w/ how we played in the 1st half. I challenged them early on to get a little angry & we did."
Anybody has video of that play with David West under the rim? The No-Foul play
Did I say when?
Predicting Damo winds up shooting.
David West gets tossed under the rim and no call. On other end, Chalmers drives and scores. Vogel calls the angriest time-out of the year
Banked free throws are often omens.
Gotta appreciate Quinn disagreeing with call that favors Pacers. Objectivity, baby.
We've seen this before. Pacers don't quit, make impressive comeback. Raising the question: can they finish?
Looks like George Hill's going to be right at 20 minutes tonight.
The Pacers are within five. As you predicted an hour ago.
Ian Mahinmi turnaround hook shot (i know, right!) to slice the lead to 77-72 with 7:20 remaining in the game.
Crazy quick crossover for Donald Sloan but couldn't finish at the rim. Next time down, Scola misses midrange J. Offense looking better but..
Haslem is the all-time greatest player named Udonis. I think.
Donald Sloan sighting. Would be interesting to see him and G. Hill together sometime.
Donald Sloan looks like he may get some run tonight. Might as well throw Lavoy Allen out there and play the entire 13-man roster.
Improvement that George Hill brings to the backcourt is dramatic. But too many holes elsewhere so far.
I think in honor of Miami's own, Bobby Ramos, I've got to turn in a "lackluster" in one of my post-game questions tonight.
IND trailing the Heat 54-37 at the half. Despite 14 first-half turnovers, the return of George Hill has been a huge positive. 2-of-4, 6 pts.
Frank Vogel complained to the nearest ref for an offensive foul committed on G. Hill. Salvatore, on the baseline, eventually called it.
HOW was that not a foul on Wade? He actually dragged George Hill out of the lane. It looked like an intentional foul.
With 4:33 to go in the half, Pacers finally have a good defensive possession.
Earlier, Frank Vogel had yelled and clapped his hands at ref Bennett Salvatore. This time, anger Scola was called for that shove on Andersen
Technical foul on Frank Vogel for arguing offensive call on Luis Scola
Roy Hibbert's outlet pass to Chris Copeland was the equivalent to a 'meh.'
We're five minutes in and the Pacers haven't missed a shot in the second quarter. Which is only one way of looking at it.
We got a Cope sighting.
Damjan Rudez now with three fouls in 6 minutes of play. So enter Chris Copeland.
These passes, yo.
Mahinmi scaring everyone with that play. He looks OK though. Let's hope it's all good.
I'm sure many Pacers fans are surprised Shawne Williams is still in the NBA. A good guy who needs to stay away from hometown influences.
Ian Mahinimi now up on his own but touched his knee but seems to be fine. Still, something to look out for
Mahinmi down and immediately grabbed at his knee
Players on the court look like as if they don't kno what the other guy's doing, but continue w/ play anyway bc that's what they've been told