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Butler’s There to Serve

Rasual Butler's box score from the Pacers' victory over Miami on Wednesday was nothing to write about. He played 4 minutes, 47 seconds in the second quarter, missed a three-pointer and committed a turnover. His game performance, however, was much better than that. He spent much of it standing on the sideline, communicating with the assistant coaches and with his teammates, a middle man between the two units ...

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What They’re Saying: Pacers-Heat Game 5

After a series-saving Game Five victory over the Heat, the Internet is abuzz with discussion about Paul George’s historical fourth quarter. “Paul George exploded in the second half, particularly in the fourth quarter, scoring 21 in the frame – more than any other player for the entire game – to lead the Pacers to a 93-90 victory.” Read More ESPN: “Never in James' career had he been called for fi ...

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Radio Highlights: Pacers 90, Heat 102 (Game 4)

Listen to Mark Boyle's radio calls from the Pacers' 102-90 loss to the Miami Heat in Game 4 of the Eastern Conference Finals. Paul George led Indiana with 23 points on 8-of-16 from the field, including 3-of-9 from 3-point range. David West added 20 points on 9-of-18 shooting. Game 5 is Wednesday, May 28 at 8:30 p.m. ET at Bankers Life Fieldhouse. ...

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Radio Highlights: Pacers 87, Heat 99 (Game 3)

The Pacers had a strong first half, but struggled down the stretch as they lost to the Heat in Game 3 of the Eastern Conference Finals, 99-87. The Pacers now trail in the series, 2-1. Listen to the best moments from the game as called by Pacers play-by-play announcer, Mark Boyle. ...

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Pacers Weekly: Conrad Brunner

Mark Boyle is joined by Conrad Brunner from 1070 The Fan to discuss the Pacers' Eastern Conference Finals series with the Miami Heat. The series is tied 1-1 and Game 3 is Saturday night at 8:30 p.m. ET in Miami. ...

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What They’re Saying – Eastern Conference Finals Game Two

After a tough loss to the Heat in Game Two, the attention of the Internet is fixed on whether or not Paul George will be able to play in Game Three USA Today: With less than 7 minutes remaining in the fourth quarter, George chased after a loose ball. While also in pursuit, Wade inadvertently landed his knee to the back of George's head.” Read More Pro Basketball Talk: “Without George and on the road in Miam ...

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