According to a report in the New Orleans Times-Picayune, the surgery is set
for Friday in Los Angeles and is similar to what New Orleans shooting guard
Eric Gordon underwent earlier in May to remove bone spurs in his left ankle.
No timetable is set for Vasquez’s recovery, but the report did note that El
Universal, a newspaper in Caracas, Venezuela, reported that Vasquez is
expected to miss 12-to-16 weeks.
Vasquez averaged 13.9 points and 9.0 assists last continue
The infraction occurred late in the fourth quarter of Game 2 of the Western
Conference Finals when Allen was fouled by San Antonio’s Manu Ginobili while
trying to finish a fastbreak layup.
Memphis went on to lose that game in overtime and now trails in the series,
2-0. Game 3 is slated for Saturday in Memphis.
No. 3 Indiana Pacers vs. No. 1 Miami Heat – 8:30 PM ET
The Pacers came within 2.2 seconds of stealing a win on the Heat’s home floor, swiping home court advantage and taking an early series lead in the process, but in the end they close the game.
Will those emotional effects carry over into Game 2? I don’t think so. The Pacers proved to themselves (again) that they have the talent to play with the Heat and they know that their disastrous defensive breakdown on the final possession was far from their only wasted opportunity. But we don’t have continue
With 2.2 seconds on the clock, James got the inbounds pass, streaked by Paul
George and cruised in for the winning layup in overtime. The Heat survived,
“I peeked over my left shoulder. I saw Paul George was a little out of place.
So I just took off,” said James, who had a remarkable triple-double of 30
points, 10 rebounds and 10 assists on Wednesday.
George over-played and made things much easier on James. But much of the
discussion about the play centered around Pacers’ coach Frank Vogel’s decision
to not have shot-blocker Roy Hibbert on the floor.
By Dan Leach
97.1 The Ticket
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INDIANA PACERS AT MIAMI HEAT GAME 2 FRIDAY -8:30 PM TV- TNT
(Current Line Heat -7 Total 180.5)
If game one of this series is any indication of what we are in store for, then this is going to be of those playoff series we never forget. The Pacers had multiple chances to put away Miami late in game one and then when it looked as if they were toast found a miracle in a Paul George three at the buzzer of regulation to take the game to OT. In the OT the continue