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Latest Frank Vogel Items
The Pacers' season of great expectation is now in great trouble, with the Miami Heat leading the Eastern Conference finals 3-1 heading into Game 5 at Indianapolis on Wednesday night. The Heat have won three straight in the series, and are now one win from ending the Pacers' season for a third consecutive year.
Inside a downtrodden Indiana Pacers locker room, Lance Stephenson had an interesting choice of words.
Frank Vogel stood with his back against a wall, seeming perfectly comfortable.
The stat sheet from Game 4 of the Eastern Conference finals told quite a story. It said Miami never trailed, that Indiana's All-Star center failed to contribute a single point, that the night's two leading scorers were wearing Heat uniforms and that the Pacers committed twice as many turnovers as they forced.
LeBron James had 32 points and 10 rebounds, Chris Bosh added 25 points and the Miami Heat moved one win away from a return trip to the NBA Finals with a 102-90 win over the Indiana Pacers on Monday night.
Despite their rebounding woes, the Pacers don't plan to crash the glass with more bodies. Defending John Wall in the open court remains top priority.
When Frank Vogel wanted to give Paul George a rest, George said no.
Suddenly, Indiana has regained its swagger.
The horn sounded and a substitution was imminent. Indiana Pacers forward Paul George paid no attention. With his team down 19 points in the second half of Sunday's 95-92 victory over the Wizards at Verizon Center, George would stay on the court for 46 minutes, 23 seconds. His team, desperately trying to fight its way back into the game, needed George on the floor.