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2010 Summer Game Thread: Indiana Pacers vs. Oklahoma City Thunder

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The Indiana Pacers close out the Orlando Summer League with a "Breakfast Special" against the Oklahoma City Thunder at 8:00AM.

This is crazy. My kid's 5-year-old's YMCA games last year started at 9:00AM and that was too early.

I'll be at work so if anyone is up and at 'em and able to watch, please share your thoughts and observations in the comments. Also, check out the links after the jump with stories on the Pacers' comeback win against the Celtics, Jermaine O'Neal signing with the Celtics along with other free agency news.

PACERS: George's three-point play caps huge comeback
Pacers 86, Celtics 85

Pacers erase 27-point deficit, win 86-85 report on the Pacers win yesterday.

PACERS: Draft picks already forming tight bond
Paul George keeps blogging away down in Orlando.

Even if a title comes, legacy changes for James
Bob Kravitz weighs in on LeBron's decision and I couldn't agree more.

A King No Longer - LeBron James Chooses Miami Heat
John Bena at Fear The Sword reacts to LeBron James laying down his crown and leaving Cleveland.

LeBron James will join Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh in Miami
David Dwork at PiM has to be happy this morning and offers his initial reaction to the Heat loading up.

George Hill arrives at Knox Pro Train Camp at IUPUI
Larry Hawley has a story on former IUPUI star and San Antonio Spurs guard George Hill returning to IUPUI to participate in the Carlos Knox Pro Train Camp at The Jungle

2010 NBA free agents: Jermaine O'Neal has agreed to a two-year deal with the Boston Celtics, according to a source - ESPN Boston
J.O. is saddling up with the Celtics next year hoping to take over Rasheed Wallace's role, I guess.

Agent: David Lee agrees to sign-and-trade to Golden State Warriors
Chad Ford reports that the Knicks will get something back for losing David Lee to the Golden State Warriors.