I've often said Boyle's radio call provides HD-quality visuals for the listener and it's true. His call always makes it easy to envision the action on the court no matter where you may be listening. A rare skill Boyle has brought to Pacers fans since he started calling games back in 1988.
Consider Boyle the anti-Jermaine O'Neal of broadcasters. He brings the goods every night along with a flair for the dramatic. So congratulations to Mark for showing up and talking and in the process becoming an iconic cult hero for Pacers fans around the globe.
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Jeff Rabjohns reports on the Pacers trying to bring the same team to the court against Detroit that played against Boston.
Dunleavy return just what doctor ordered
Bruno reports on Mike Dunleavy working his way back into the Pacers playing rotation after getting clearance from his doctor to return to action.
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Trey Kirby has some fun with Danny Granger getting old and gray and figuring out what was wrong with the Pacers this season.
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Countdown to mathematical elimination: Pacers @ Pistons
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Tom Ziller is not a fan of the teams fighting for the final playoff spot in the East. Such high standards for quality basketball...
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