They're not messing around.Orlando Magic guard Arron Afflalo, when told the Indiana Pacers had signed Andrew Bynum
Sam Amick @sam_amick Source: Portland GM Neil Olshey & team prez Larry Miller visited restricted free agent center Roy Hibbert tonight in DC, offered max deal Sam Amick @sam_amick Indiana did not offer a max deal, and Hibbert is now leaning to Blazers unless Pacers match. One other unnamed team offered max.
"Phoenix is the worst team in the West. Time to start the "Steve Nash to Indiana for Darren Collison and a future protected #1" bandwagon." - "The Sports Guy" Bill Simmons It appears Simmons has firmly jumped on our bandwagon (earlier in the night claiming we could get the #2 seed). And while I'm not stoked about him being on said bandwagon (JAAAAAAAASH FREEMAN anyone?), I gotta admit this trade idea made me j in my pants.Twitter
I've been told the Bucks may have some interest in Indiana shooting guard Brandon Rush, whose name has surfaced on the trading rumor mill.Gery Woelfel, Journal Times
"Brian Shaw will interview with Frank Vogel and Larry Bird this week for the Pacers lead assistant coach position, according to a source." --Thanks to Cedric_A for posting this!-Mike Wells, Indystar
Tweet from Mike Wells : "Brian Shaw will interview with Frank Vogel and Larry Bird this week for the Pacers lead assistant coach position, according to a source" Great news if Shaw is comming to Indy.
Nikola Vucevic, Kenneth Faried, Charles Jenkins, Trey Thompkins working out in Indy today--Chad Ford via Twitter
"I think the sky's the limit if you ask me, I just need to keep working. Like I said earlier, I'm sort of a late bloomer, so I'm still learning a lot of things. If I got drafted by the Pacers and Larry Bird could help me shoot a little bit? It could be scary, honestly."Marshon Brooks selling his wares in a post-workout interview you can watch at the end of this workout video in Michael Grady's story. Looks a little strong without the context of the video so watch it to see the light, airy way he pumps himself up. Pretty funny.
"One of four guys I like will get to us (at No. 15)," Pacers president Larry Bird said. "They're all different sizes. I think we can use some help in every area. We're going to get a player that will help us."Larry Bird appears to be zeroing in on his preferred pick in the NBA draft according to Mike Wells' story today. Only long-time Pacers assistant Dan Burke will participate in the pre-draft workouts at the Fieldhouse today.