The Hornets are signing Gordon Hayward to the largest deal of free agency so far – four years, $120 million.Report: Celtics and Pacers offered Gordon Hayward more than $100M — ProBasketballTalk | NBC Sports
Which side will blink first?Pacers sign-and-trade for Hayward coming into focus; details an issue — Celtics Wire
Dallas is being aggressive looking for ways to upgrade their roster.Rumor: Dallas considering Victor Oladipo, Zach LaVine as secondary playmaker — ProBasketballTalk | NBC Sports
Sign In Another day, another Gordon Hayward trade rumor. Speculation has swirled around Hayward all offseason, with some reports indicating he could opt out of his current deal and others suggesting the Boston Celtics are trying to trade the oft-injured star forward. The latest juicy rumor comes courtesy of Forbes’ Evan Massey, who on Thursday…NBA Rumors: Celtics Have ‘Discussed’ Gordon Hayward-Myles Turner Trade — NESN.com
Oladipo played in just 19 games last season after returning from injury.Report: Teams want to see Victor Oladipo play before trading for him — ProBasketballTalk | NBC Sports
The deal would have to send Victor Oladipo (and more) to Boston.Rumor: Some in Indiana want to trade for Gordon Hayward — ProBasketballTalk | NBC Sports
The Pacers front office wanted a more modern-style coach, it seems they found their man.Nate Bjorkgren promises ‘very disruptive, very aggressive style’ in Indiana — ProBasketballTalk | NBC Sports
[ad_1] The Indiana Pacers have fired head coach Nate McMillan just two weeks after giving him a contract extension. McMillan’s dismissal comes two days after the Pacers were swept out of the Eastern Conference playoffs by the Miami Heat. The decision came as a surprise, given it was made just two weeks after the Pacers […]Nate McMillan fired by Indiana Pacers two weeks after contract extension | NBA News — The Latest News
10:56 PM ET Miami Heat All-Star swingman Jimmy Butler has been dealing with a left shoulder strain over the last few days, but he does not expect the injury to limit him as the Heat continue to move forward in the NBA Playoffs. Butler’s acknowledgement came after Monday’s 99-87 Game 4 win over the Indiana […]Butler helps Heat sweep despite shoulder strain — VOICE OF THE HWY
The NBA set to resume the 2019-2020 NBA season on July 30th after the COVID-19 pandemic forced the season to be postponed back in March. There will be 22 teams who will play in Orlando, Florida who will play to determine playoff seeding then progress with the NBA playoffs to crown the 2020 NBA Champions. […]Indiana Pacers Guard Victor Oladipo Sitting out the Remainder of the 2020 Season — Chit Chat Newz
The NBA set to resume the 2019-2020 NBA season on July 30th after the COVID-19 pandemic forced the season to be postponed back in March. There will be 22 teams who will play in Orlando, Florida who will play to determine playoff seeding then progress with the NBA playoffs to crown the 2020 NBA Champions.
Among those teams heading to Orlando for the resumed season will be the Indiana Pacers who are currently tied for fifth place in the Eastern Conference with the Philadelphia 76ers holding a 39-26 record. The Pacers will be without All-Star guard Victor Oladipo who announced he will miss the reboot to focus on rehabbing.
Last season, on January 23rd, Victor Oladipo suffered a ruptured quad tendon that forced him to miss the remainder of the 2018-2019 season and the first 47 games (52 games overall) of the 2019-2020 season. In the 13 games he played after returning from injury, he averaged 13.8 points, 3.8 rebounds and 3.0 assists.
Jeremy Lamb, who filled in for Victor Oladipo while he was out recovering from his quad injury, will also miss the season restart after tearing his ACL in February.
Victor Oladipo is one of many players that have announced that they will be missing the season’s restart later this month. These players include: Kevin Durant, Kyrie Irving, DeAndre Jordan, Trevor Ariza, John Wall, Avery Bradley, Willie Cauley-Stein and Davis Bertans.
Indiana’s Victor Oladipo has decided to sit out the NBA restart.
— NBA TV (@NBATV) July 3, 2020
Victor Oladipo will opt out of the NBA’s planned season restart in Orlando, he tells The Athletic’s @ShamsCharania.
“I really want to play, and as a competitor and teammate this is tearing me apart.” ⤵️
— The Athletic (@TheAthletic) July 3, 2020
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Indiana Pacers guard Victor Oladipo said Saturday he is hopeful to play when the NBA restarts its season in Florida next month, but he wants to ramp up his activity before making a decision. Oladipo, 28, returned from a torn right quad tendon sustained in November of 2018 to play this January, appearing in 13 […]Pacers G Oladipo not certain to play in Orlando — National Post
A few NBA players have been hit with the coronavirus, an All-Star lost his mother to it, and now Myles Turner has been confronted with the confusing frightening reality of it all. The former Euless Trinity and Texas star who… Read More: https://ift.tt/3ckaVyu‘You don’t want to go through this.’ Father of Myles Turner on his coronavirus battle — Kankakee Connected