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How the Pacers' new identity will look

After spending the past couple offseasons playing it safe by making under the radar acquisitions and placing their faith in continuity, the Indiana Pacers have gone a drastically different direction this summer. Starting with David West's decision to opt out, Indiana's management, a group with the reputation for taking the safe bet, are going all-in on a risky remodel. West, along...
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Mark Cuban fined for discussing Matthews and Jordan deals

From July 1 to July 9, NBA teams—including players, coaches and management—are allowed to discuss contracts with free agents. However, they’re not allowed to publicly discuss potential additions and are subject to a fine until a player officially signs, even if the team has secured a commitment from the free agent. Marc Cuban, the owner of the Dallas Mavericks, broke that...
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Report: Mavericks sign Wes Matthews to four-year contract

The Dallas Mavericks have made a rather bold move in free agency. According to’s David Aldridge, the team has agree to a four-year contract with former Portland Trail Blazers guard Wes Matthews. Wes Matthews has agreed in principle with the Mavericks on a four-year deal, per source. Turned down huge offer from Sacramento. — David Aldridge (@daldridgetnt) July 3,...
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After signing Monta Ellis, what’s next for the Indiana Pacers?

This has been a busy week in the NBA with the 2015 NBA Draft taking place last Thursday and the free agency frenzy kicking off yesterday. After first looking to add young talent, teams are now looking to further shore up their weaknesses by adding veteran free agents to their rosters. The question that I posed last week about whether the Indiana Pacers would draft big or small,...
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Indiana Pacers: Monta Ellis Signing Grade

(Source: Tom Pennington/Getty Images North America) By Josh Morgan: VP and Director of Content at Hoopstuff… Reported Contract: 4 years, 44 million (4th year option) Though the Sacramento Kings looked as if they were going to make a big push to sign him, guard Monta Ellis has reportedly agreed to terms on a 4 year, 44 million dollar contract, the fourth year being an option, with...
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Landing Monta Ellis puts Pacers back in title-chasing pack

Hit us up on Twitter @CrossoverNBA The 2015 NBA free agent pool was a little polluted or at worst, someone tinkled in the deep end and didn’t tell anyone. If it was missing one thing in particular, it was a host of “go get it” guys. The Indiana Pacers may have just scored the best one in Monta Ellis. Go Get It guys are those types that when the offense looks an awful lot...
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Monta Ellis is joining the Indiana Pacers

Kyle Terada-USA TODAY SportsShooting guard Monta Ellis has agreed to a four-year, $44 million deal with the Indiana Pacers, according to Marc Stein of ESPN. ESPN sources say Monta Ellis and Indiana Pacers have agreed on a four-year, $44 million with an option to return to free agency after Year 3 — Marc Stein (@ESPNSteinLine) July 2, 2015 Ellis decided not to exercise the...
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Report: Indiana Pacers Sign Monta Ellis

Here is a move that will likely result in being a great fit for both sides. According to ESPN’s Marc Stein, the Indiana Pacers have signed guard Monta Ellis to a four year, $44 million contract. ESPN sources say Monta Ellis and Indiana Pacers have agreed on a four-year, $44 million with an option to return to free agency after Year 3 — Marc Stein (@ESPNSteinLine) July 2, 2015...
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Sacramento Kings Interested in Signing SG Monta Ellis

The Sacramento Kings have been very active in rumors so far this offseason, and they have been mentioned in yet another one. According to a report from Chris Broussard, the Kings are interested in signing free agent shooting guard Monta Ellis this offseason. They may not have the money that he is looking for, but they will at least attempt to sign him. Sources: In addition to Indiana...
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Report: Replacing Monta Ellis is not Dallas's 'top priority' this offseason

The Dallas Mavericks apparently aren't in a rush to replace Monta Ellis, who opted out of his contract to become an unrestricted free agent this offseason.Despite the fact that Ellis was the Mavericks leading scorer from the shooting guard position, the Mavericks will reportedly look to fill gaps elsewhere before addressing their new hole on the wing. Here's more from Tim MacMahon...
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12 days ago  |  Discuss

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