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The post game Knicks Fan Forum immediately after the game. Developments with the rookie Langston Galloway, the additions of the free agents from the 10 day contracts mid season. How does the fan base feel with the departure of Amar'e Stoudemire & Pablo Prigioni? We will discuss the results of the game of what was positive, what was negative. Items that fans liked what they saw, things that can use improvement. We will discuss player personnel & coaching moves that occurred in the game. Progression of the triangle offense and the new regime. We encourage fan interaction with other fans respectfully & verbally by bringing your opinions to this platform Most importantly, this is about YOU….the fans!!
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Dial 929-477-4171 to join the post game Knicks Fan Forum immediately after the game. Developments with the rookie Langston Galloway, the additions of the free agents from the 10 day contracts mid season.. We will discuss the results of the game of what was positive, what was negative. Items that fans liked what they saw, things that can use improvement. We will discuss player personnel & coaching moves that occurred in the game. Progression of the triangle offense and the new regime. We encourage fan interaction with other fans respectfully & verbally by bringing your opinions to this platform Most importantly, this is about YOU….the fans!! Twitter: @BleedBlueShow
Paul George suffered a guesome injury a few days ago in the USA Basketball scrimmage. What does this mean for the Pacers in 2014-15? What about the direction of the Pacers going forward? Should they make a rebuilding move before or during this season? Can they even make the playoffs this season? In regards to USA Basketball, will this change things going forward? Will guys elect to not play in international play, or will their teams restrict players from being a part of USA Basketball?
If Rajon Rondo is truly available, there is one team where he'd be such a good fit that it might make the Miami Heat the second choice among oddsmakers to win the NBA title.
And if Larry Bird can get his hands on Rondo, the Indiana Pacers would be that team.
Word was spreading on Twitter yesterday that Celtics GM Danny Ainge was seeking two unprotected first-round draft picks in any deal involving Rondo, and I tweeted my immediate reaction -- the Pacers have probably already made a call to see if that is true
I discussed this possibility even further in this interview with Chris Moore and Brian Jones of CBS Sports Radio, also offering my thoughts on the possibility of Carmelo Anthony and/or Kevin Love getting moved (no and no).
But let's delve into the Rondo to the Pacers possibility, and see if it could make sense for both teams.
_ First, the Celtics would want to move Gerald Wallace's contract in that deal, and the salaries for Rondo and Wallace add up to $22.06 million.
_ Second, two unprotected first-round picks from the Pacers are not the equivalent of, say, two first-round picks from the Bucks. So my guess would be that Indiana would have to throw in a third first-rounder (and they could not include their 2014 pick, since that is already going to the Phoenix Suns)
_The Celtics would not want any onerous long-term salary commitments in this deal, but they would want a serviceable player if they had to take back a second player aside from Danny Granger ($14.02 million expiring deal). That player could be George Hill, who earns $8 million in each of the next three seasons.
What to make of the Pacers' come-from-behind vicory over the Miami Heat on Tuesday night. Well, for starters, it provided some validation for Indiana after their scintillating start to the season. showing that they have the goods (and the composure) to compete with the two-time defending champs.
But when will REAL validation come? How about a week from now when the two teams meet in Miami?
In this interview on the Big O show on AM640 in Miami, Chris Sheridan of SheridanHoops discusses how much of a threat this version of the Pacers are to the Heat -- especially given the upgrades Indiana made in the offseason, but with the caveat that the return of Danny Granger could be a good thing or a bad thing now that Paul George has become to go-to guy in the rotation.
Other topics covered include the Rudy Gay trade, a gang member with face tattoos, and the effects of drinking too much cough syrup. Enjoy.
CLNS Radio's Celtics Postgame Show, powered by Lynda.com/CLNS will be live immediately following tonight's action to break it down after the game as the Celtics are on the road, visiting the Indiana Pacers. Chris Morrison and Mike "The Scotsman" Munger will have you covered with everything you need to know for the game tonight.
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219 GreenConnect host Kathy Sipple speaks with Kathy Luther of the Northwest Indiana Regional Planning Commission (NIRPC) about a new program designed to help make solar energy more affordable and accessible to region residents. Listen in to learn which communities have signed up and how you can be a part of it.
Sharing true amazing stories of 3 women that joined Indiana National Guard!.
One woman joined the ING to pay for college, never expecting a terrorist attack on the United States while she was still in training would result inher deployment to Afghanistan.
Another one wason the longest-serving women in the Indiana National Guard who defiled her age, gender and single parent status to serve because she saw the military as her calling.
The third woman profilied in the book "Soldier Girls": The Battles of Three Women at Home and at War" joined the military on a dare and paid the biggest price of the three- getting hit by a roadside bomb in Iraq.
Dr. Chaps reports on these important issues:
* Christian bakers in Indiana are forced out of business for refusing to sin.
* Washington state florist explains why she also is taking a stand.
* We have a short film on the Christian Florist Baronelle Stutzman, to tell her side of the story.
The APRHF's Let's Talk Trains turns it's focus from Illinois to Indiana this week. Indiana Rail Road President/CEO Thomas Hoback recently announced his upcoming retirement. We will visit with him to get his story along with his railroad's story. We will find out how the Indiana Railroad came to be and what it has become. Join us live or in the archives. Join in the conversation at 646-716-7106 or in the chatroom.