SH Blog: Will Pacers bench Hibbert? Kerr and Knicks in deep talks; Popovich named coach of the year

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hibbertInnovation must come from experimentation at the edge, not just from ideas generated by the center.

For Frank Vogel and the Indiana Pacers, this is a mantra that must be embraced if they want to turn their fortunes around.

What they are doing now isn’t working. There’s nothing else to it. 

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Tweet of the Night: Paul George goes fishing

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Paul georgeIf you have been following the Indiana Pacers the last few weeks, the first thing you would say they need is practice.

Paul George’s tweet on Sunday night may indicate to some that he has other priorities.

Despite dropping the first game to the Atlanta Hawks 101-93, the bottom seed in the NBA playoffs, in unspectacular fashion, George decided the best course of action would be to go fishing on Sunday. 

SH Blog: Woodson decision to come next week; Kyrie wants something special in Cleveland; Suns say nobody is getting Bledsoe

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woodsonSomehow, someway, the New York Knicks not only managed to miss the playoffs this year, but they have also stolen the majority of the headlines heading into it.

With 16 teams left with championship aspirations, gearing up to start the second season on Saturday, Friday’s talk is all about the Knicks, who are expected to make a decision on the future of head coach Mike Woodson in the next few days.  

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SH Blog: Has Carmelo played last game as a Knick? Jabari to decide on NBA Wednesday; Calipari content at Kentucky

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Carmelo AnthonyTaking all the information at hand into account, it may very well be possible that Carmelo Anthony has played his last game as a New York Knick.

That’s something that most Knicks fans probably don’t want to hear right now, but without any solid indication otherwise, it is a realistic possibility. 

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Tweet of the Night: Paul George tries politicking for more free throws

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Paul georgeThe Indiana Pacers, finally, brought home a big win.

During a two month slump that has caused the league, media, fans and Pacers themselves to question their capability, Sunday’s 102-97 win over the Oklahoma City Thunder should help them sleep easy.

At least for a night.

With the win, the Pacers positioned themselves to successfully claim home court advantage throughout the Eastern Conference playoffs. Despite Friday’s crucial loss at Miami, because the Heat slipped up against the Atlanta Hawks on Saturday, the Pacers control their own destiny.