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|May: Pacers' postseason of diss-content
The Pacers feel like they're getting picked on by experts who aren't picking them to win the East.
|Brown: Playoff big shots
To go far, you need someone who can make shots in crunch time. Someone like Reggie Miller.
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After sweeping the Celtics to move into the second round for the first time since 2000, the Pacers are now awaiting their next opponent.
|Get defensive: Artest challenges Bowen for title|
Criticized by Gregg Popovich for winning Defensive Player of the Year, Ron Artest challenged Bruce Bowen to a game of one-on-one for the award.
|Pacers' O'Neal probable with sinus infection|
Pacers forward Jermaine O'Neal missed practice Thursday with a sinus infection and was probable for Game 3 of Indiana's playoff series with Boston.
|Celtics' Hunter denies intent to hurt O'Neal|
Celtics rookie Brandon Hunter said he wasn't trying to start a fight when he pulled Jermaine O'Neal to the ground in Game 1.
|Artest suspended for Game 2|
Defensive Player of the Year Ron Artest will serve his one-game suspension Tuesday by sitting out Game 2.
|Insider Breakdown: Pacers vs. Celtics|
Longtime NBA assistant coach and scout Brian James takes an in-depth look at the first-round matchups.
|Bucher: How valuable is playoff experience?|
Stars who make big shots. Role players who step up. Having done that together in the playoffs? Priceless.
|May: An imbalance of star power|
Only half of the NBA's tourney bracket will shine with big-time stars. The half where the sun sets.
|Smith: Playoffs' most painful injuries|
Playoff teams will have little to gain if certain aches and pains return to hinder their key players.