Indiana Pacers Stats
Indiana’s starting point guard can’t be traded this season.
And what’s the balance between interchangeability and role optimization?
Takeaways from two roads wins over the Heat.
And the side effects of trading Victor Oladipo.
Sabonis will have to rely on the coaches to make his second All-Star appearance.
And what switching roles with Malcolm Brogdon means for the continued evolution of the Indiana Raptors.
Indiana’s starting point guard is still going to be involved in ball screens, even if he also plays more away from the ball.
The 50-year-old Pelicans assistant has reportedly interviewed for Indiana’s head coaching vacancy.
Just like pursuing the offensive glass can have an impact on transition defense, so too can leaking out on finishing stops with rebounds.
And why his Second Act with — or without — Victor Oladipo could play out much differently than the first.
With T.J. Warren being defended like a star, the Pacers need to take advantage of space that wasn’t there before.
On the importance of shrinking the floor against weaker shooters and targeting weaker defenders.
While T.J. Warren was making all of the big shots, Aaron Holiday was contributing to all of the key stops.
With basketball in binge-mode, we’re catching you up on what you may have missed during Indiana’s first week of real games in the bubble.
And... why the mid-range specialist could stand to be more specialized from mid-range.
And why Indiana will still be worth watching — with or without Victor Oladipo.
On what can be surmised from the growing number of Grab-and-Go Sabonis sightings.
Mo Williams was recently named as head coach at Alabama State, which got us thinking about the time he did that thing that we mentioned in the title.