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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Obama's veil of secrecy is pierced
Topic - Frank Vogel
The Indiana Pacers headed south Wednesday, finally carrying themselves with a swagger befitting the No. 1 seed.
When the Indiana Pacers needed a lift. Paul George stepped up. All over the court, over and over again.
Indiana's next game is the most important of the season.
Top-seeded Indiana won't have Andrew Bynum for its first-round series against Atlanta.
The Pacers finally have a chance to relax.
Pacers coach Frank Vogel said Sunday that he will use his regular starters Sunday against Oklahoma City.
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 slumping Indiana Pacers rested their starters during a 104-102 victory at Milwaukee, and improved their playoff positioning.
Lance Stephenson shook his head in disbelief. All-Star starter Paul George repeatedly urged his Indiana teammates to get going, and All-Star center Roy Hibbert sat speechless on the bench during the final 30 minutes on the game.
Frank Vogel is as eager as anyone to see whether Andrew Bynum can make a difference for the Indiana Pacers.
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.
Rajon Rondo banked in a 3-pointer that broke a fourth-quarter tie. Or so it seemed.
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.
"That was my point to them," coach Frank Vogel said after a practice in Indianapolis, before the team hopped on a 90-minute flight to Atlanta. "We've got to maintain that."
"We've won three of our last four if you're counting the preseason," he added.