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Topic - Frank Vogel
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.
Al Jefferson had a pretty good inkling it was Charlotte's night when he banked in a 31-footer from well beyond the top of the key to beat the shot clock midway through the fourth quarter.
Buyout season helps the NBA's rich get richer. The remainder of the schedule will determine if they actually got better.
Rajon Rondo banked in a 3-pointer that broke a fourth-quarter tie. Or so it seemed.
The Indiana Pacers played just well enough to beat an inferior opponent, which has been the way most of their five-game win streak has gone.
Indiana Pacers coach Frank Vogel was worried about facing the Milwaukee Bucks in a matchup of the teams with the best and worst records in the NBA.
Seemingly cruising to a blowout victory, the Indiana Pacers let off the gas - and let the Milwaukee Bucks back in the game.
Kevin Love is used to carrying the beat-up Minnesota Timberwolves lately. This time, he finally had some help when he sat down to take a rest.
Indiana coach Frank Vogel wants to see his team come out of the All-Star break the way it opened the season when the Pacers won 16 of their first 17 games.
Kyrie Irving validated the fan vote and offered a glimpse of how good he can be when surrounded by first-rate players.
Andre Drummond grabbed everything in sight, even that MVP trophy that came apart.
Once the All-Star rosters had been named, Scott Brooks could get to work.
All David West wanted to do Monday night was get his team playing the right way.
Orlando's last-second victory over Western Conference leader Oklahoma City on Friday had the potential to be a season highlight for a team seemingly already holding a one-way ticket to the lottery.
Andrew Bynum joined the Indiana Pacers for the first time since signing a week ago.
"Every team I've ever been a part of has had a stretch like we're in right now," he said. "And since I've been here we've always worked our way out of it, so I'm sure we will. It stinks right now. It's not fun right now, but we've got a good team and we'll regroup."
"I think everybody needs to question the Eastern Conference voting on why Al Jefferson wasn't on the All-Star team because clearly he is one of the best in the game," Pacers coach Frank Vogel said. "He showed it tonight. Give him credit."