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Pacers reward Vogel for team’s late season surge

 

Frank Vogel (file photo)

The Indiana Pacers have taken the interim tag off of Frank Vogel and have made him the permanent head coach.

Larry Bird, the former Celtics star and current Pacers president of basketball operations, was very pleased with the way Vogel led the team after the firing of Jim O’Brien and had him as the #1 choice all along.

Vogel led the Pacers to a strong finish and into the playoffs last season.

 

Info compiled from Radio, TV news

Unbelievable! Cavaliers 102 Heat 90

 

J.J. Hickson (file photo)

The Cavaliers with only 15 wins are having a disappointing season, no doubt.

But they’ve had their moments, beating star-studded teams in the Lakers, Celtics and Knicks.
Now, they’ve beaten the one team everybody said could not be beaten by anybody; the Miami Heat with LeBron James, Chris Bosh and Dwayne Wade.
James, the former local hero-turned enemy, was making his second return to Cleveland since leaving as a free agent last summer.
The Cavs almost blew a 23-point lead, as the Cavs took down the mighty Heat, 102-90.
J.J. Hickson scored 21 points and Anthony Parker had 20 points for the Cavs who got revenge on the Heat and James who embarrassed them 118-90 on December 2, the first time James returned to Cleveland.
James had a nice game but nothing great, 27 points, 12 assists and 10 rebounds. He said after the game that his former team deserves to have a winning team.
The sellout crowd of 20,562 received a scare when the Heat came back from 23-points down to tie it at 83 on Mike Bibby’s seventh three-point goal of the game with 7:03 left. But the Heat went on scoreless for 4:24 and the Cavs took advantage going on a 12-0 run to put the game away.
Cavs shooting guard Anthony Parker took the public address microphone after the game and told the crowd, ” You deserve this win.”
The loss snapped the Heat’s five-game winning streak.


Jim O’Brien fired as Pacers coach

Jim O'Brien (photo by Ytoyoda via wikipedia commons)

The Indiana Pacers fired Jim O’Brien after the team failed to maintain a tremendous start to the season by losing seven of its last eight games.

Team president Larry Bird said that he was upset that O’Brien refused to give more playing time to the Pacers younger players. The former Celtics legend said that rookie Paul George deserved to play and that Tyler Hansbrough should’ve been playing more earlier in the season.

In 3 1/2 seasons, Indiana went 121-169 under O’Brien and were 17-27 this season.

Assistant Frank Vogel will be the interim the rest of the season.

compiled from Indiana Pacers news

Cavs’ Gibson takes over game after team blows 19-point lead

Daniel Gibson (file photo)

Daniel Gibson was not particularly happy that the Cleveland Cavaliers had blown a 19-point lead against the 76ers Friday night in Philadelphia.

During a timeout, he told him teammates that it was time to take the game over and put it back in their favor.

Gibson took control, by scoring 10 straight points during a decisive fourth-quarter run as the Cavs recovered to beat Philadelphia 123-116.

The Cavaliers received balanced scoring from Mo Williams, who scored 22 points, Gibson had 20, Anderson Varejao knocked in 23 points and 12 rebounds. J.J. Hickson contributed 16 for the Cavs, who won for the first time since beating the Celtics in their opening game.

The Sixers pulled off the comeback in the third quarter. Jrue Holliday, who had a career-night, hit three, three-point baskets to give them an 84-79 lead before Daniel Gibson took over.

compiled from staff & Cleveland Cavaliers news

NBA opens a new season with Miami Heat is in Boston

LeBron James (file photo)

LeBron James, Chris Bosh and Dwayne Wade will open up their season in Boston. The so-called superteam who are expected to ease their way to the championship.

Boston is where, James’ last game with Cleveland ended in the TD Bank Garden against the Celtics in the playoffs.

Not only did the Celtics knock the Cavs out of the playoffs, they knocked out Miami as well which set the Heat management out on its decision to re-make the team with superstars.

compiled from staff & NBA news

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