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By Orrin G. Hatch
Procedural changes impede the chamber's traditional deliberative function
Topic - Evan Turner
Miami center Greg Oden and Indiana swingman Evan Turner are both inactive for Game 1 of the Eastern Conference finals.
Lance Stephenson and Evan Turner were unified on three points Wednesday.
When Indiana Pacers coach Frank Vogel benched his starters for the entire game against the Milwaukee Bucks on Wednesday night, it meant extended playing time for the team's reserves.
The 76ers have a catchy anthem they play at every home game, a decades-old tune with a chorus the fans belt out: "1-2-3-4-5-Sixers."
James Harden and the Rockets were determined to make up for their most lopsided loss of the season when they got a second shot at Indiana on Friday night.
James Harden of the Houston Rockets and Evan Turner of the Indiana Pacers have both received technical fouls after a scuffle in the third quarter.
Indiana already had the league's No. 1 defense. The Lakers discovered Tuesday that the Pacers' offense is becoming just as potent.
The Dallas Mavericks had to work hard for an easy win.
The Philadelphia 76ers are making a run at the worst record in the NBA.
The Indiana Pacers pulled off one more bold move before Thursday's trading deadline.
The Indiana Pacers decided Evan Turner gave them a better shot against Miami than Danny Granger.
By the time reporters were allowed in the visiting locker room at Oracle Arena late Monday night, most of the Philadelphia 76ers already had cleared out.
Evan Turner wasn't waiting for his coach to call timeout. Once he got the ball, he knew he had to take the last shot.
Nearly halfway through their homestand, more than halfway through their season, and the only move the New York Knicks are making is backward.
Thaddeus Young always had his confidence. He just needed to find his stroke.
"I don't have any pressure. I have a lot of demands of myself," Turner said. "If Philly expects me to be great, then we have a mutual understanding."