A look back at the playoff games Tuesday including Hawks-Pacers, Nets-Raptors, and Wizards-Bulls.
The Pacers beat the Hawks 101-85 in Game 2, evening their first-round NBA playoff series behind 27 points from Paul George and 20 off the bench from Luis Scola. Trouble remains, though, in the useless form of center Roy Hibbert.
A look back at the action Sat., April 19, in the NBA playoffs starring how the Hawks toppled the Pacers.
Each night, Eye on Basketball brings you what you need to know about the games of the NBA. From great performances to terrible clock management the report card evaluates and eviscerates the good, the bad, and the ugly from the night that was.
Former Knick drives and scores to move Indiana back into the No. 1 spot in the East.
The 49-17 Pacers have a deep and talented roster, sure, but they also have one of the game's brightest young coaches. Frank Vogel gets it done with strength and humility.
After a year off, Larry Bird returns as president of the Pacers and finds his team may not be that far away from unseating the Heat in the East.
After 526 days, Derrick Rose returns from his ACL tear. So far, the speed and game are there, just in time to spice up the race to catch the Heat.
David West of the Indiana Pacers tells the media that they want to secure home court advantage in order to bring those potential Game 7s to Indiana.
Over the next few days, every training camp in the NBA will be in full swing and we look at the potential training camp battles in the Eastern Conference.

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