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LeBron James' only visible significant role was that of postgame heckler, interrupting Michael Beasley's interview amid a loose, upbeat locker room that normally wouldn't jibe with a 21-point loss - or throwing in a towel in the race for a No. 1 seed.
In today's edition , the Wizards have a new first round foe and whether the Miami Heat have any real reason to win Monday's matchup at the Verizon Center.
For most of the season, the Miami Heat were chasing the Indiana Pacers.
Dwyane Wade has been ruled out of Miami's Eastern Conference showdown Friday night against the Indiana Pacers.
The Indianapolis Capital Improvement Board reportedly has struck a deal to pay about $160 million to the Indiana Pacers to keep the NBA franchise in the 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.
Indiana has lost eight of the last 11 games, slipped to second place in the East and is showing signs of dysfunction which makes a first-round playoff matchup winnable.