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Web viewing of NBA games may soon exist

by venirpoluka August 22, 2008 @ 12:00 am (Category : Blogs )

The Oklahoman (Mel Bracht) reports: Say you’re working late and can’t make it to the Ford Center to watch Oklahoma City’s new NBA team play its game that night. Instead, you log on to your computer and watch streaming video of the team’s game broadcast. Sound far-fetched? Not if the NBA has its way. The league is aggresively promoting three new Internet elements — video streaming in home markets, interactive TV and video-on-demand — for the upcoming season. Ed Desser, a media consultant for Oklahoma City’s team, said many details have yet to be worked out, and didn’t expect the team to offer the Internet elements anytime soon.

Pacers tidbits

by January 15, 2008 @ 12:00 am (Category : Blogs )

Tying his season-high, Jermaine O’Neal blocked six shots at Golden State on Sunday, Jan. 13. That was his 14th straight game with at least two blocked shots and he is now seventh in the NBA with an average of 2.31 blocks per game.
With his two steals at Phoenix on Tuesday, Jan. 9, Jamaal Tinsley became just the sixth player in franchise history with 650 steals in his career. With his three thefts in the next game at Sacramento, he moved ahead of Billy Knight for fifth place on the franchise’s all-time career list.
Against the Warriors, the Pacers had nine steals, their season-high fifth straight game with at least nine thefts. For the season, Indiana is ninth in the league, and fourth in the Eastern Conference, with an average of 7.84 steals per game.
In tying their season-high 14 steals at Sacramento, the Pacers had five players with at least two steals each. That was just the third time this season, and second time in three games, that the Pacers have had more than three players with at least two steals. Indiana had four players with two steals apiece at Utah, Jan. 8.
The Pacers outscored the Warriors, 19-16, at the foul line at Golden State, Jan. 13, ending a streak of 22 straight games in which the Pacers had not outscored its opponent from the free throw line.
The Pacers fielded their eighth different starting lineup of 2007-08, and their 28th since the start of 2006-07, when Kareem Rush was inserted at guard for the game at Sacramento, Jan. 12. In that starting combination Mike Dunleavy moved to forward and Jermaine O’Neal started at center.
The NBA announced on Friday, Jan. 12, that David Harrison of the Indiana Pacers had been suspended without pay for five games for violating  the  terms  of  the  NBA/NBPA Anti-Drug Program.  Harrison’s suspension began with the game at Sacramento, Jan. 12.
In the fourth and final update before All-Star starters are announced, which was released on Thursday, Jan. 10, Jermaine O’Neal was seventh among Eastern Conference centers with 143,026 votes. Balloting will continue through Jan. 20 and there are several promotions planned for the games at Conseco Fieldhouse between now and then. Among those promotions will be autograph sessions for fans that turn in a required number of completed ballots. The All-Star starters will be announced during an NBA double-header on TNT Thursday, Jan. 24.

David Harrison suspended for drugs

by January 11, 2008 @ 12:00 am (Category : Blogs )

David Harrison of the Indiana Pacers has been suspended without pay for five games by the NBA for violating the terms of the NBA/NBPA Anti-Drug Program.
Harrison’s suspension will begin with Saturday night’s game when the Pacers visit the Sacramento Kings.
Statement from Pacers’ President of Basketball Operations, Larry Bird, regarding the suspension of David Harrison by the NBA: “We are very disapppointed with the news that David Harrison has been suspended. This is a private matter and we will do what we can to provide David any help going forward.”
Persuant to the Collective Bargaining Agreement, only the league disciplines for violations of the anti-drug program.

Did Curry guarantee win over Pacers tonight?

by December 17, 2007 @ 12:00 am (Category : Blogs )

NY Newsday reports: Talk around the Garden is that Eddy Curry has guaranteed a Knicks victory over the Pacers tonight. I don’t know who he said this to, but it had to have happened before I spoke with him. Curry never mentioned the Pacers when I talked to him this morning at the shoot-around, but that doesn’t mean he didn’t say it to another reporter.
The Pacers locker room was a-buzz with Curry’s apparent prediction.
InsideHoops.com update:
No, Eddy Curry did NOT make any sort of guarantee that the Knicks would beat the Pacers in New York today.
Apparently, what happened is, a Knicks beat writer JOKED to another reporter that Curry made a guarantee earlier today. Some eavesdropping media member or two heard it and word somehow spread, even reaching the Pacers before the game, who didn’t know it was a joke.

 

 
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