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Reflecting on the Pacers tenures of Jermaine O’Neal and Ron Artest w/ Mark Montieth

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Indy Cornrows Podcast

Pacers v Pistons Photo by Allen Einstein/NBAE via Getty Images

Happy Tuesday! I hope you’re all having a great start to the week and enjoying some fantastic weather!

I’m really excited to bring you all another episode from the podcast series Mark Montieth and I are working on. This is the episode I’ve most been looking forward to dropping due to the sheer size and volume of the pod, as well as its contents.

On today’s pod, we breakdown the legacy of two players that you can’t mention without discussing the other; Jermaine O’Neal and Ron Artest.

They were part of what is in my opinion, the most talented team in Pacers history. That of course, did not end well and leaves a pretty bitter taste behind for most.

Mark and I dig into everything. How they got to Indiana, the thoughts around the team when they came together, grew together, and eventually fell apart.

We break down how we view their tme in Indiana, how we think they should be remembered, and also take a look at their sheer value and ability on court.

This one clocks in at just about an hour and a half; when I say we left nothing out, I mean it! Enjoy the pod!

Please be sure to send me any feedback, thoughts, comments, etc. and go Rate and Review the pod on Apple Podcasts!

Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/reflecting-on-pacers-tenures-jermaine-oneal-ron-artest/id1476566116?i=1000497878446

Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/episode/5JUSg4hBfUNmSjngpAbI7O?si=Z7K0z110QE2HBBRfQBcjew