Pacers Future, Paul George Dilemma, & Draftee TJ Leaf w Evan Morris

Evan Morris of SB Nation chats about the future of the Pacers, the dilema they find themselves in with Paul George, and the Pacers draftees TJ Leaf and Ike Anigbogu.

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Purdue Football w Mike Carmin of The Journal & Courier (6-23-17)

Mike Carmin discusses the Joe Tiller era, Darrel Hazell era, new head coach Jeff Brohm, Purdue’s recruiting class, and the upcoming season.

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TJ Leaf: Hoosier Bred, Pacer Draftee, Basketball Stud

At 6’10, TJ Leaf will play power forward for the Pacers allowing Myles Turner to move the 5 position. This pick signifies that the Pacers are serious about transitioning to a smaller, faster team that can get up and down in transition. Larry Bird pushed for this transition in previous years but was unable to do so due to Paul George’s reluctance to play the PF position.

With his offensive efficiency, the Pacers brought in another player (ala Myles Turner) who can score but does not need the ball in his hands to score. Like Myles Turner, TJ has a knack for being in the right spot at the right time. Whether its back cuts, alley-oops, transition buckets, spot up jump shots, or offensive tip-ins – TJ just finds a way. Having this ability in Turner and Leaf allows the Pacers to bring in a more ball heavy player at guard in the future which should allow chemistry to develop.


A Father’s Day Story Behind Coach John Wooden & The Poem ‘A Little Fellow Follows Me’

…. Joshua Wooden was John’s father and the father to John’s 5 siblings. The same father who lost his farm during the Great Depression. In 1936, when John’s first child was born, Joshua gave his the following poem to live by… the same poem that my departing friend gave to me as his parting gift. And on my first Father’s Day, this poem means just as much to me as it did to Joshua Wooden, his son John, and each of Coach Wooden’s players.


Overanalysis of the IUBB Hire: Archie Miller vs Gregg Marshall’s First 6 Seasons

So I decided to do what any IU fan currently does best, overanalyze what Gregg Marshall’s first 6 seasons as a D1 head basketball coach and compare it to Archie Miller’s first 6 years (Archie coached 6 seasons at Dayton before becoming IU’s HC).

My hope was that Archie’s first 6 seasons would stack up fairly well against against Marshall’s first 6 seasons. This would prove to me that Archie has the ability to evolve in the caliber of a coach that Marshall currently sits at.
My fear was that I would find that Marshall blew Archie out of the water at the beginning of his respective career.

What I found was..

Butler Basketball Insider on Coaching Search (6-10-17)

Former Butler Employee and current Butler Basketball Insider updates us on the current Butler basketball coaching search and recruiting class after Chris Holtmann announces move to Ohio State.

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Thad Matta Fired, Ohio State Bball Coaching Search w Chris Nieman (6-9-17)

Co-hosts Matt Amstutz & Chris Nieman discourse the Thad Matta and Ohio State situation from an Indiana sports fan viewpoint.(6-9-17)

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