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Pacers podcast: Pacers beat Cavs so bad that they fire Tyron Lue

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The Locked on Pacers podcast is hosted by Indycornrows staff writer Adam Friedman in collaboration with West Indianapolis Community News Pacers columnist Tony East.

NBA: Indiana Pacers at Cleveland Cavaliers
Indiana Pacers head coach Nate McMillan talks with referee Tony Brown (6) during the second half against the Cleveland Cavaliers at Quicken Loans Arena. Credit: Ken Blaze
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On a special Sunday edition podcast Tony breaks down the Pacers 119-107 win over the Cavs, reacts to the firing of Tyron Lue and discusses some of the young guys.

To listen to the podcast click below or here.

Quick Note: I’m going to post Pacers column every Monday and occasionally Friday. It’ll break down some of the biggest Pacer news of the week, plays I’ve liked and didn’t like and preview the upcoming matchups. I also want to incorporate a mailbag piece to each column but I’ll need questions for that. I’ll remind people in my posts over the next couple weeks, but if you have at least a semi-related Pacer mailbag question you want answered click this Google link to submit them or clicking here.

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