(The Sports Xchange) - Indiana Pacers guard Glenn Robinson III won the Slam Dunk title over Phoenix Suns forward Derrick Jones Jr. on Saturday night by leaping over teammate Paul George, the Pacers mascot and a Pacers dance team member for a reverse slam that merited a perfect 50 in the final round. Show More Summary
They jumped, twirled and jammed to fans’ delight Saturday until Glenn Robinson III of the Indiana Pacers emerged as the Verizon Slam Dunk Contest winner in New Orleans. Robinson sealed the victory over Derrick Jones Jr. of the Phoenix...Show More Summary
Indiana Pacers forward Glenn Robinson III took home the gold in the 2017 NBA Slam Dunk Contest, defeating Derrick Jones Jr. of the Phoenix Suns in the final. Robinson claimed the big win after leaping over team-mate Paul George, the Pacers mascot and a Pacers dance team member and hitting a reverse slam worth a perfect 50, according to the judges. Show More Summary
Glenn Robinson III is the NBA's new dunk king, with an assist to Indiana teammate Paul George, the Pacers' mascot and a Pacers cheerleader
This jam in the final round wrapped it up. With this astounding dunk over Paul George, Pacers mascot Boomer and an Indiana dancer, Glenn Robinson III earned a perfect 50 and clinched the 2017 Slam Dunk Contest win over Derrick Jones, Jr. This was not the best dunk contest. Show More Summary
The young Pacers forward took the title. The Indiana Pacers’ Glenn Robinson III won the NBA Dunk Contest on Saturday in New Orleans, sealing the dunk contest a reverse slam over several people. Robinson started with the first 50 of the...Show More Summary
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The Washington Wizards will try to stay hot on Thursday night as they take on the Indiana Pacers as small road favorites at the sportsbooks. The Washington Wizards are 17-3 straight up and 14-6 against the spread over their last 20 games. Show More Summary
ESPN’s Wednesday night NBA game, which featured the Cleveland Cavaliers and Indiana Pacers, had two special guests calling the action in Dick Vitale and Bill Walton. Neither one has much of a filter, but Walton is clearly the worse of the two because he says whatever comes to mind, censors be damned. While the game was going […]
Wednesday night’s ESPN broadcast of Dave Pasch, Bill Walton and Dick Vitale calling the NBA game between the Indiana Pacers and the Cleveland Cavaliers produced plenty of memorable moments, but the highlight may have been Walton sharing an unusual story about his connection to Cavs’ forward Richard Jefferson. Show More Summary
Kawhi Leonard scored 32 points and the San Antonio Spurs clinched their NBA-record 20th straight winning season with a 110-106 victory over the Indiana Pacers on Monday night
Giannis Antetokoumpo had 20 points, 10 assists and eight rebounds to help the Milwaukee Bucks beat the Indiana Pacers 116-100 on Saturday night
In a matchup between two of the NBA's top teams since New Year's Day, John Wall heard "MVP!" chants while producing 26 points and 14 assists to lead the Washington Wizards past the Indiana Pacers 112-107 Friday night
You couldn’t draw that up in a video game. During the first quarter of the Washington Wizards’ matchup with the Indiana Pacers on Friday, Wizards forward Markieff Morris had a rather interesting dunk go down. Just like we drew it up. ¯\_(?)_/¯#WizPacers...Show More Summary
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) -- LeBron James is set to start Wednesday night for Cleveland against the Indiana Pacers.
What’s behind Indiana’s recent surge? The decision to take Monta Ellis out of the starting lineup. One after another, the disappointing teams in the Eastern Conference have been sprinting up the standings. No team has done so more quietly has been the Indiana Pacers. Back on Dec. Show More Summary
Paul George had 21 points and eight rebounds, Jeff Teague scored 17 points and the Indiana Pacers rallied from an 11-point halftime deficit to beat the Oklahoma City Thunder 93-90