There have been plenty of Indiana Pacers trade rumors this offseason.
The Golden State Warriors might need to use Andrew Wiggins' salary to land a star.
Numerous Hall of Famers feature in among the biggest draft trades.
It's time to talk about the Indiana Pacers.
Harrison Barnes is a candidate to be traded before the deadline.
Defense wins championships, the basketball adage goes. Unfortunately for fans, defense and DPOY standing are the hardest facets of the game to measure when it comes to on-court metrics.
It also helps that Redick is on the final year of his contract, and will come off the books after the season regardless of where he finishes the year.
The Indiana Pacers got in on the James Harden trade action on Wednesday. Indiana flipped the expiring contract of Victor Oladipo and acquired Caris LeVert.
The 2020/21 NBA season is underway, but James Harden trade rumors refuse to wane. Harden is taking to the court on a depleted Houston Rockets team, and has admitted he's not in game shape. Yet, the former MVP continues to put up gaudy numbers.
But with the league already filled with established stars, there are some who are still overlooked by many. These five names I will enumerate are overshadowed by their higher-tier superstar teammates, but their production is already on par with the more popular players in the league.
Heading into a bizarre offseason, the Boston Celtics are in a familiar position.
An Oladipo trade would likely suggest a shift in direction for Indiana. It would define this Pacers offseason, and the return they got might define their short-term future.
Team general manager Elton Brand already emphasized that he is not open to letting go of All-Stars Ben Simmons and Joel Embiid, which should mean that the members of the Sixers' supporting cast are up for grabs.
The Indiana Pacers' 2019-20 campaign comes to an end after being swept by the Miami Heat in the first round of the playoffs. It was a devastating result that could have been much different if their All-Star big man Domantas Sabonis didn't suffer a foot injury that forced him to sit out the bubble games.
We’re now two months into the NBA season and the fans are starting to get an idea about how things might play out or which teams will battle in the playoffs. Despite that being true in the Western Conference, the Eastern Conference remains as a question mark at this stage.