Everything is down with Aaron Holiday, the Indiana Pacers’ first-round draft pick in 2018: His points, shooting, assisting, rebounding and minutes. A trade target since his rookie season, the 6-1 guard could be in another uniform by Thursday’s trade deadline or by the NBA draft. That’s what many around Holiday, league sources with knowledge of the situation, tell IndyStar, are hoping to see. That also depends on what the Pacers are able to get for him as his role has quickly diminished under coach Nate Bjorkgren. To continue to let him sit likely would depress his value.
May 8, 2021 | 5:28 pm EDT Update
Scott Agness: Pacers assistant coach Greg Foster is back, and continues working with Goga Bitadze. They hugged before beginning pre-game warmups.
Tony East: Nate Bjorkgren says Myles Turner has upped his time in the weight room and training room, but hasn’t returned to the court yet in practices. Said he will hear more soon, didn’t say if his season is over or not.
Scott Agness: Edmond Sumner is available today v WAS. Brogdon, Lamb and Sampson remain out. Pacers being cautious with Lamb’s knee. “He’s in the gym, he’s been working hard,” Bjorkgren said. “He had another good workout that I just saw him doing an hour ago.”
Rick Bonnell: Positive movement on @Charlotte Hornets injury report: Devonte Graham questionable after sitting last 3 games with right knee discomfort. Malik Monk not listed as injured, after missing 4th quarter Friday with a sore ankle.
May 8, 2021 | 4:39 pm EDT Update
A game-worn jersey belonging to Michael Jordan from his 1982-83 championship season at the University of North Carolina sold for $1.38 million Saturday, making it the most expensive Jordan jersey sale ever. The previous record had been set in October when a No. 23 Chicago Bulls jersey from 1986-87 went for $480,000 through Heritage Auctions, which also auctioned theNorth Carolina jersey.