The Indiana Pacers lost a key member of their rotation/attack with Lance Stephenson signing with the Charlotte Hornets. How do they replace that?
Can the young Hornets keep the temperamental young Pacers free agent star in line? And can Stephenson take the Hornets forward without the Pacers' supporting cast?
The market for sweet-shooting bigs just got a lot thinner.
The market may just not be there for the talented Indiana forward, based on his attitude and behavior, despite a strong skillset and age.
Joakim Noah headlines All-Defensive First team as Chris Paul, Serge Ibaka, Andre Iguodala and Paul George join him. LeBron James on Second team.
The Miami Heat have been hoping to show that familiar defensive effort that makes them such a dangerous team.
Miami is back in the Finals and the Pacers are back to the drawing board as the Heat win the Eastern Conference Finals 4-2.
The Miami Heat can now move on from the constant questions of Lance Stephenson as the Indiana Pacers decide what to do with him.
Indiana's season ended pitifully and the Heat surged in an impressive 117-92 victory to win the Eastern Conference Finals 4-2.
Indiana at times looked elite this season, but other teams looked unhinged. What happens to the Pacers now that it's over?

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