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Pacers Links: David Harrison lends a hand to flood victims; Talking Pacers and Bulls

Among the late offseason links today is a plea from former Pacers center David Harrison to help those devastated by flooding in Colorado.


In two weeks, the Indiana Pacers will be rolling with training camp in full swing as they prepare for preseason action and their Southeast Asia trip the following week.

While we wait for action on the court, please take a moment to support the efforts of former Pacers big man, David Harrison who has put together a fund raising effort at to help the victims of the recent flooding in Colorado. The former first round pick of the Pacers knows Colorado well after spending four years playing in Boulder at the University of Colorado.

Also, as I catch up from some time on the road last week, I want to point you to my appearance on The Bulls Showwhere I discussed the Pacers with Mitch and Nillz. The conversation was quite civil despite the urges of both parties to squeal, "We're gonna kick your ass!" Always enjoy chatting with the Bulls folks.

Check out the links:

At least 1,000 await rescue from Colorado flooding as flights resume - CNN.comAt least 1,000 await rescue from Colorado flooding as flights resume -

Episode 55: Keepin’ Pace - The Bulls Show

Fourteen NBA owners on Forbes 400 richest Americans list | ProBasketballTalk

Victor Oladipo says "I really didn’t want to go to Cleveland" (then tries to retract it) | ProBasketballTalk

Party Crashers: Debunking the Myths of Offensive Rebounding and Transition Defense - The Triangle Blog - Grantland

Rebuilding in the NBA is a victimless crime -

Thibodeau wants to know how restricted area will be officiated this season | ProBasketballTalk

Top 100 NBA players of 2013-14: Nos. 100-51 | The Point Forward -

Report: Rajon Rondo unlikely to be ready for Celtics season opener | SI Wire

What the Stephen Jackson-Steve Francis scuffle says about the NBA's changing hip hop image - Pounding The Rock

Nets probed, cleared by NBA in Kirilenko signing | New York Post

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