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I also cover Ole Miss basketball for the Daily Mississippian and I am the assistant general manager of Rebel Sports Radio. Follow me on twitter @Tyler_RSR

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Pacers Summer League: Who is Willie Reed, again?


The Pacers best player through games in the Orlando Summer League has been Willie Reed. What's Reed's back story? And does he have any hope to make the roster?

Report: Larry Bird looking to move Roy Hibbert


Sporting News is reporting that the Indiana Pacers are trying to trade Roy Hibbert. This move would drastically change the Pacers' identity.

Report: C.J. Miles is a Pacer


Candace Buckner of the Indy Star has reported that C.J. Miles and the Pacers have agreed to contract.

Pacers add another big man in Shayne Whittington


Indiana isn't sitting around waiting on Lance Stephenson. The Pacers have begun adding players that they hope will finally improve the bench.

Summer League roster starts to form


Without a draft pick the Pacers don't have a shiny new toy for the Summer League. But there are still roster spots to be had in Indiana.

Pacers workout Mike Moser


As a shooting big man, Mike Moser could add a new dimension to the Pacers offense.

Indiana Pacers 2013-14 Player Review: George Hill


George Hill is the point guard of the Pacers struggling offense. So how much is he to blame for Indiana's offensive problems?

Lance Stephenson and the façade of sports fandom


Who the hell cares if Lance Stephenson blows in LeBron's ear?

Paul George's struggle in the post


Larry Bird wants to see more of Paul George in the post, but he struggled getting to the block this season. Should Indiana try to improve George's post up game?

Vogel leaves Hibbert in, Pacers stay alive


Frank Vogel has waited a year to show that he has learned from game one of last year's Eastern Conference Finals. Losing that game prepared the Pacers for game five in 2014.

West and Stephenson saved game six


The duo took command of the offense down the stretch and kept the comeback seeking Wizards at bay.

Washington's pick and roll adjustments in game 5


Randy Wittman and the Wizards made changes on offense and defense with the pick and roll in game five

Marcin Gortat: Game 5 Destruction


Marcin Gortat dominated Indiana on the glass and from the field. A look into how he got rolling on offense.

How Frank Vogel gets Paul George open


After timeouts the Pacers are excellent at getting their number one option open for threes. This was shown off in the Pacers comeback, fueled by Paul George's shooting.

Pacers dominate the Wizards pick and roll


Mid-range jumper after mid-range jumper. The Pacers defense showed its historic potential by forcing Washington into the least efficient shot in basketball, and it all started with the pick-and-roll defense.

Trevor Ariza's defense cost Washington game two


Trevor Ariza has defended Paul George as well as any in this series, but down the stretch of game two, Ariza couldn't stay in front of George. The result was a Pacer victory.

How the Pacers got Roy Hibbert going in game two


Pushing the ball and drawing help defense helped to spur Hibbert's 28-point outburst in game two.

Wizards' Game 1 success started with the wings


The Pacers gave up 60 points to the Wizards’ starting wings. Trevor Ariza had a perfect night from three, John Wall showed incredible vision in transition and Bradley Beal led the team with 25 points. How did Indy struggle defending the perimeter?

The return of the five


The Pacers starters finally asserted themselves in game seven's win over the Hawks. Paul George exploded, Roy Hibbert scored and the rest of the unit stuffed the statsheet, as the Pacers advanced to round two.

How David West and spacing won game six


Indiana used the Hawks strategy of spreading the floor and running a pick and roll late in game six. The result was David West taking over and sending this series to game seven.

Game five: Frank Vogel's mess


The second quarter run that buried the Pacers is all on Frank Vogel's inability to adjust.

Pacers turn up defense to win game four


Indiana's defense was superb down the stretch to get the victory in game four.

More Watson and Mahinmi, less Hibbert


Looking into the Pacers rotation against Atlanta. It is C.J. Watson and Ian Mahinmi time.

Luis Scola stretched out the Atlanta defense


For six quarters the Pacers weren't taking advantage of the Hawks average defense. But in the second quarter, Luis Scola heated up.

Pacers find go-to play in third quarter


Indiana ran the same play five times in a row to start the third quarter against Atlanta in game two. As a result, the offense found some life.

Should the Pacers play small ball


The big men are getting stretched out the perimeter and didn't take advantage in the paint. So, should Vogel make a major rotation change?

How Jeff Teague used ball screens to beat Indiana


Jeff Teague made the Pacers and their top pick-and-roll defense look helpless in Game 1

Scouting the Hawks: Pero Antic


The Hawks can shoot it from every position. Roy Hibbert and the Pacers face a major matchup problem from the eight seed.

Scouting the Hawks: Kyle Korver


How the NBA's leading three-point shooter scored vs Indiana, and presents problems for the Pacers.

Scouting the Hawks: Jeff Teague


Looking into how the Pacers defended the Atlanta Hawks point guard on the pick and roll this season.

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