The Indiana Pacers have another day off on Saturday as they prepare for three games this week to finish off the first half of the season. Those three games look quite favorable with the Charlotte Bobcats at the Fieldhouse on Sunday evening followed by the New Orleans Hornets coming to town on Tuesday. Then things finish up on the road at Charlotte.
The Bobcats have been reeling but should feel better as the spend the day in Indy after ending their 16-game losing streak last night in Toronto. New Orleans is feeling pretty good this morning as well after going in to the eye of the Jeremy Lin storm in Madison Square Garden and emerging with a big win.
So, yeah, don't count those W's before the hatch.
Check out the links after the jump which include stories on Darren Collison sitting in the fourth quarter, Stephen Jackson working his way out of Milwaukee, LeBron James starting to work his way back to Cleveland and J.R. Smith heading to New York to join the Knicks.
- PACERS: Caught in the Web Indiana Pacers Blog: George hopes to team up with Bird in dunk contest
- Notebook: Defense lands Collison on bench in 4th quarter | The Indianapolis Star | indystar.com
- SLAM ONLINE | " Vogel, Collison and Their Pacers
- Bobcats Snap Losing Streak, Beat Raptors 98-91 - Rufus on Fire
- Hornets not Lintimidated; Ayonsanity commences - At The Hive
- Video: Determining exactly who turned the lights out in Indianapolis | Ball Don't Lie - Yahoo! Sports
- Exclusive: LeBron James’ sly campaign to return to Cleveland followed a message to Dan Gilbert - NBA - Yahoo! Sports
- Hornets figure out how to beat Lin, Knicks - TrueHoop Blog - ESPNExclusive: LeBron James’ sly campaign to return to Cleveland followed a message to Dan Gilbert - NBA - Yahoo! Sports
- Report: Stephen Jackson, Scott Skiles are pretty much done with each other | ProBasketballTalk
- Ex-Denver Nuggets guard J.R. Smith chooses to play for New York Knicks - ESPN New York
- Greg Oden’s not even healthy enough for knee surgery | Ball Don't Lie - Yahoo! Sports
- For Knicks, ideal ending to Linsanity - CBSSports.com