The Lakers are finalizing details to acquire Indiana Pacers center Roy Hibbert, a middle-tier option after the team struck out on a slew of big-name free agents this week.
The Los Angeles Lakers are reportedly nearing a trade for veteran big man Roy Hibbert with the Indiana Pacers, according to Marc Stein of ESPN.com. ESPN sources say that the Lakers and Pacers are actively discussing a trade where L.A. Show More Summary
The Indiana Pacers have engaged the Dallas Mavericks in discussions about a three-way sign-and-trade agreement that would potentially bring former All-Star center Roy Hibbert to the Clippers, a league executive told The Times on Saturday, though the Mavericks' motivation to complete such a deal...
The Dallas Mavericks are rumored to be the thick of the running for free agent DeAndre Jordan, but the team is quickly working on backup plans that may include Indiana Pacers big man Roy Hibbert. The Mavericks are one of a handful of...Show More Summary
The state of Indiana is best known for its sports, like the Indianapolis 500 and Brickyard 400 motorsports races, the NFL’s Indianapolis Colts, the NBA’s Indiana Pacers, and college basketball. It’s also home to farmland, rivers, lakes, and plains. It’s the 38th largest state with the 16th...
Allen will return to Indiana after he was traded to them a season and a half ago. Lavoy Allen has agreed to re-sign with the Indiana Pacers on a three-year deal, according to Marc J. Spears of Yahoo! Sports. Monetary terms were not yet...Show More Summary
Pacers, Monta Ellis agree to deal The Indiana Pacers are about to add a lot of scoring to their backcourt. Will it be efficient scoring? We’ll see. Here’s the Indianapolis Star reporting: Free agent guard Monta Ellis and the Indiana Pacers have agreed to a four-year deal worth $44 million on Thursday, a league source confirmed. The deal also gives [...]
Day 2 of NBA free agency has been quieter than Day 1. Monta Ellis came to terms with the Indiana Pacers, as reported by ESPN.com's Chris Broussard and Marc Stein, and Greg Monroe made a deal with the Milwaukee Bucks, according to ESPN's Ohm Youngmisuk. Show More Summary
Indiana Pacers trade rumors continue to include Roy Hibbert. The Pacers may have a trade partner in the Dallas Mavericks very soon, especially if DeAndre Jordan decides to not play in Texas. A report from CBS Sports on Thursday (July...Show More Summary
For now, Roy Hibbert remains with the Indiana Pacers. But that's likely to change very soon. At the end of June, Hibbert elected to opt-in for the final year of his contract, securing a $15.5 million salary for himself this season and...Show More Summary
The impending holiday weekend has not slowed down the behind-the-scenes movement of NBA free agency. On Thursday, Monta Ellis agreed to sign with the Indiana Pacers, according to his agent. Agent Jeff Fried says Monta Ellis swayed by Pacers being "a playoff team with a winning culture." Also cites Indy's "welcoming community." — Ken Berger […]
The Indiana Pacers and shooting guard Monta Ellis came to an agreement on a four-year, $44 million deal that includes a player option after year three. Ellis reportedly turned down a competing deal from the Sacramento Kings and leaves...Show More Summary
The Pacers have signed Monta Ellis to a four-year deal worth $44 million, according an ESPN report. Ellis met with the Pacers’ front office in Indiana on Wednesday, and reportedly The post Pacers Sign Monta Ellis To 4-Year, $44 Million Deal appeared first on SLAMonline.
After two seasons with the Dallas Mavericks, guard Monta Ellis is on the move, as he signed a free-agent contract with the Indiana Pacers on Thursday. According to Chris Broussard of ESPN, the 29-year-old veteran inked a four-year deal. Show More Summary
Monta Ellis has found a new home in Indiana.
The man who "have it all" will play In Indiana next season. Free agent guard Monta Ellis has signed a four-year deal with the Indiana Pacers, according to ESPN Chris Broussard. Marc Stein reports the last year will be a player option. Ellis declined his $8.3 million player option to enter free agency. Show More Summary
Free agent veteran forward David West is on his way out of Indiana, and he’s less than pleased with the job done by team president Larry Bird to build a The post David West on Leaving the Pacers: ‘I Just Want to Win’ appeared first on SLAMonline.
David West opted out of the final year of his contract with the Indiana Pacers, turning down $12.6 million in the process. It was a (...)
David West surprised just about everybody when he opted out of the final year and $12.5 million left on his contract with the Indiana Pacers. Tonight he had an extensive sit-down with longtime Pacers reporter Bob Kravitz, and the upshot of the interview is that the Pacers organization is a low-rent operation, and team president Larry Bird is a prick. Read more...
New York Knicks rumors in regard to David West were just contradicted in a big way. The Knicks were linked to West in previous rumors that indicated he was opting out of his deal with the Indiana Pacers in order to head to New York.Show More Summary