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|Hill returns to action: Pacers point guard George Hill, who missed Game 5 with a concussion, returned to the starting lineup Game 6 against the Knicks. Hill scored 12 points on 2 for 10 shooting. He grabbed five boards and dished out four assists in a 106-99 win. |
|No information available at this time (Updated 5/26/13).|
|Hill seems to be healthy enough to play and will now earn a three days of rest before the Eastern Conference Finals. Hill posted career highs in points (14.2), assists (4.7), rebounds (3.7) and steals (1.1) during his first full year as a starter and finish as the 27th highest scoring guard, in terms of Fantasy points, in all standard formats. Fantasy owners should plan on targeting him in the middle rounds of most draft formats next fall. |
How Pacers were built, how they'll keep succeeding as CBA kicks in
Indiana has a Big Three, like Miami and NY, but took a different route to find it. To keep players, Ken Berger says the Pacers should mimic OKC's and San Antonio's models.
Paul George is welcomed into big time in Pacers' Game 2 victory
The handshake was a simple gesture, but Ken Berger says it was also a meaningful one as LeBron James welcomes Paul George -- and the Pacers -- into rarified air.
VIDEO: David West forces two late turnovers by LeBron James
In the final minute of Friday night's Game 2 victory by the Indiana Pacers over the Miami Heat, David West forces LeBron James into two big turnovers.
Hibbert, Pacers outlast Heat to even series 1-1
Roy Hibbert scored 29 points, David West knocked away two passes by LeBron James for huge turnovers in the final minute, and the Indiana Pacers evened the Eastern Conference finals with a 97-93 victory over the Miami Heat in Game 2 on Friday night.
Sure, the Pacers let this one get away, but finger pointing is futile
A layup dooms the Pacers in overtime and Ken Berger says it's futile pointing fingers. Why? Because there's only one LeBron.
|George Hill signed a big five-year contract with the Pacers in the offseason and will enter the year as the team's starting point guard. He took over the spot from Darren Collison late last season and shined in the role, especially in the playoffs when he averaged 13.5 points, 2.9 assists and 1.4 3-pointers per game over 31.5 minutes. Entering his fifth NBA season, Hill could be on the verge of a breakout with the Pacers in 2012-13. We like him to keep his starting gig pretty much all season, but he's still going to lose some time to Collison. Fantasy owners can consider Hill a solid sleeper and begin targeting him in the later rounds of most drafts. (Updated 8/22/12)|
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