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dimemag.com Updated Feb 5, 2013
As much as we want to give credit to Kobe Bryant for icing the Lakers win in Brooklyn last night, L.A. should throw the Nets a bone. Brooklyn did everything they could outside of express mailing the W to Hollywood. Down the stretch, the Nets endured a c…Share Tweet
ESPN.com Feb 5, 2013Paul George scored 29 points to lead the Indiana Pacers to their 15th straight home win, 114-103 over the Atlanta Hawks on Tuesday night.Share Tweet
Paul George Cannot Be ContainedPaul George cannot be contained by the Atlanta Hawks as he speeds right passed Kyle Korver and dunks over three defenders. George led the Pacers to a 114-103 victory with 29 points, 5 boards and 4 assists.The post Paul George Cannot Be Contained appeare…Share Tweet
In a Super Bowl tribute, the Minnesota Timberwolves turn out their arena lights (VIDEO)yahoo.com Feb 5, 2013A year ago we had a hard time figuring out just exactly what shut out the lights during an Indiana Pacers/(then) New Jersey Nets tilt at Indianapolis’ Banker’s Life Fieldhouse. A few days after Sunday’s Super Bowl, we’re still trying to determineShare Tweet
Paul George Catches a Reverse Alley-Oop DunkPaul George did it all last night against the Chicago Bulls. Points, big shots, in-between-the-legs passes, he did it all, including putting down this two-hand reverse alley-oop dunk from George Hill (and making it look easy in the process): For breakin…Share Tweet
LeBron James Sets A Personal Record; Indiana Beats Chicago In Possible Playoff Preview“How about LeBron James? Twenty-seven points, eight rebounds, eight assists. Another average game for LeBron James.” That was an actual statement made on Miami’s broadcast. James would go on to finish with 31 points in the Heat’s five-point win ovShare Tweet
George's 29 Points Fuel PacersFeb 5Paul George scored 29 points to lead the Indiana Pacers to their 15th straight home win.
Can Anyone Beat the Heat?Feb 5J.A. Adande and Israel Gutierrez on what teams in the Eastern Conference could challenge the Heat in the playoffs.