Jay Hernandez

Scoop B: Wally Szczerbiak is right! Knicks, David Fizdale should hire fmr. Hofstra standout & Long Island native Jay Hernandez as assistant coach

Former Orlando Magic assistant coach, Jay Hernandez talked coaching & more on Scoop B Radio with Brandon ‘Scoop B’ Robinson. Press Play Below To Listen! Last week, the New York Knicks hired their new head coach in David Fizdale. Fizdale, 43, will officially be announced as the new Knicks coach at a press conference as

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Orlando Magic

3 reasons why I’m interested in the Orlando Magic

People are starting to talk about the Eastern Conference again. It’s still LeBron’s to lose, which he hasn’t done in over five years, and now the Cavs are the gatekeepers of the East until otherwise. Teams like the Raptors, Celtics, and Pacers are to be considered the most legitimate contenders against Cleveland going into the

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Erik Spoelstra

Erik Spoelstra has a point about the state of coaching

Fueled by the news of Frank Vogel being let go by the Indiana Pacers, Miami Heat head coach, Erik Spoelstra, said that the firing was “very disturbing,” and he had a few comments about the state of coaching in the NBA. First, some of his comments from the Vogel firing: Erik Spoelstra, empowered to speak

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Frank Vogel

Frank Vogel isn’t the problem in Indiana

The Indiana Pacers were somewhere between rebuild mode and a contending mindset this season. They came into the postseason as a seven seed and not one person was expecting them to be much of a threat to the Cleveland Cavaliers this season. Frank Vogel, however, did a good job to get these guys to the

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Paul George and Frank Vogel

Frank Vogel thinks Paul George is the best two-way player in the NBA

Remember back when Paul George suffered the ugly leg injury while playing in the Team USA Showcase and everyone thought he would never be the same? Well, you might want to start watching some Indiana Pacers games if you still feel that way. Paul George has been on an absolute tear this season and he’s

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Paul George

Paul George To Start At Power Forward

About a year and a half removed from a gruesome leg injury, Paul George looks to take on his latest challenge of starting at the four for the Indiana Pacers. Initially the idea was just being kicked around since the Pacers have a noticeable lack of talent in the big man department. Now, the move

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Denver Nuggets fire head coach Brian Shaw

The Nuggets have parted ways with Brian Shaw. On Tuesday afternoon, it was reported by Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports that the Denver Nuggets have fired head coach Brian Shaw, who coached them to a 56-85 record during his tenure with the team. Nuggets general manager Tim Connelly thanked Shaw for his services in a

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Paul George returned to practice for Pacers on Thursday

One of the league’s most exciting two-way players is inching closer to returning. Indiana Pacers star Paul George, who continues to travel down the long road of recovery from a gruesome leg injury he suffered this past summer, made one of his most significant strides on Thursday afternoon as he practice with the Indiana Pacers for

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Pacers' David West hopes to make season debut Friday vs. Magic

With a mediocre roster and a surprising record of 6-8, the Indiana Pacers have been awaiting the return of veteran power forward David West. West has been sidelined by an ankle injury that he suffered in the preseason, but it looks as if the former Xavier Musketeer will make his season debut this upcoming Friday

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