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Conrad Brunner

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It’s official: the Pacers’ roster is full, not to mention very, very different. With Monday’s announcement that Lavoy Allen and Shayne Whittington have re-signed and the team has reached contract agreements with newcomers Rakeem Christmas and Glenn Robinson III, the roster...
There is no more best-case scenario for the Colts offensive line. With the release of Gosder Cherilus Sunday afternoon, one week before the first practice day of training camp at Anderson University, the Colts know who won’t be their starting right tackle in 2015. Just exactly...
Not that long ago, Roy Hibbert and Tyler Hansbrough were the Pacers’ frontcourt of the future, players drafted in the first round in consecutive years representing anchors for Larry Bird’s renaissance plan. Now, both are in very different places, literally and figuratively, but...
If you were among those that felt Christmas came early when the Pacers were able to trade Roy Hibbert to the Lakers, turns out, you were doubly right. The Pacers sent the future second-round pick acquired in the Hibbert deal to Cleveland for second-round pick Rakeem Christmas, a...
Rodney Stuckey has found a home. A couple of them, in fact: with the Pacers, and as a sixth man. After the veteran guard signed a reported three-year, $21 million contract Tuesday, he made it clear that while he had options on the free agent market, the priority was remaining...
They entered the offseason in need of some remodeling in order to adapt the roster to the more fluid, up-tempo style commanded by Larry Bird. But when David West decided to abandon ship, everything changed for the Pacers. The remodel turned into a renovation. A flurry of...
Yes, yes, it’s only summer league. But … Myles Turner. Of course, no conclusions can be drawn. Truth be told, there’s barely enough evidence to present, let alone argue. These are rosters comprised primarily of players headed for the D-League or another continent, playing games...
After a whirlwind of activity in the first week of free agency, the Pacers roster has been reshaped in the mold of its new identity: smaller, quicker, more potent offensively. The backcourt is shaping up nicely, what with the addition of Monta Ellis, the return of Rodney Stuckey...
When no one, especially the Pacers, wanted Jermaine O’Neal because of an onerous contract, declining performance and questionable health, Larry Bird somehow turned him into Roy Hibbert. When no one, especially the Pacers, wanted Hibbert because of an onerous contract, declining...