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Denari’s Den: Orlando Johnson

Orlando Johnson is in his second season with the Pacers and continues to learn more and more what it takes to play in the NBA. A second-round pick in the 2012 draft, Johnson sees little playing time these days with the return of Danny Granger to the rotation. But for Johnson, every opportunity he has to hit the floor he cherishes and he enjoys playing on one of the top teams in the NBA. He is this week's gu ...

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Hibbert: Door closed on Team USA

Roy Hibbert's pursuit to be part of USA Basketball is in rear-view mirror. Since Hibbert spent a short time with the Jamaican National Team — his dad is from Jamaica so he has dual citizenship — he needed them to release him in order have a chance to play with Team USA. During training camp, Hibbert said, "There has been some dialogue, but right now international lawyers are taking care of that to see if I ...

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Green, Plumlee enjoying enlarged roles on new team

The Pacers shook up their roster in late July, in a trade to acquire Luis Scola. Team president Larry Bird had been intrigued by Scola's game for years and when he was made available, Bird went after him. In acquiring the 6-foot-9 power forward, he got rid of Gerald Green's contract, worth $7 million over two years, a 2014 first-round pick, and had to include Miles Plumlee, a young talent they thought highl ...

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Paul George appears on ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live’

California native Paul George was a guest on Jimmy Kimmel Live Monday evening. The weeknight program airs on ABC (WRTV-6 in Indianapolis) at 11:35 p.m. EST. George has become a media darling. In interview sessions, which he generally likes, George provides thoughtful and articulate answers. He wears a contagious smile, is willing to have some fun and shows off his California-cool personality. During his seg ...

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Vogel’s number retired, banner hung at Wildwood High School

Pacers coach Frank Vogel has come a long way since his days in Wildwood Crest, New Jersey. And now after a special ceremony, his name will forever be on the walls of his high school. Monday night, Wildwood High School raised a banner with his name, sports, and retired basketball number (22) during a halftime ceremony. With the Pacers in Los Angeles, Vogel could not attend. Back in September, Vogel, 40, visi ...

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