Myles Turner has taken the NBA by storm over the last few weeks, and it appears like a star has possibly been born in Indiana. On Monday night, Turner made national highlight reels on multiple occasions, but most notably for this epic rejection of the king, LeBron James.
— NBA (@NBA) February 2, 2016
The Indiana Pacers seemed to be mired in mediocrity this season, but they have at least found themselves a future star in Myles Turner. On Monday night, the Cleveland Cavaliers got an early look at the big man as he drove down the lane for this mesmerizing dunk.
The Indiana Pacers are struggling at the bottom of the playoff hopefuls in the Eastern Conference, but if they want a spark they should look no further than rookie Myles Turner.
— NBA (@NBA) January 23, 2016
It seems like Golden State Warriors PG Stephen Curry does something otherworldly on a daily basis nowadays. Last night against the Indiana Pacers, Curry casually threw up a half-court shot as time expired in the first-half, and it went in because of course it did.
The Indiana Pacers have had an up-and-down season, but they have found a star in Myles Turner.
Brandon Knight lost control of his extremities as a result of Paul George's epic spin move.
Paul George suffered a horrific injury over a year ago, but has returned to playing at a high level.
The Indiana Pacers have been more competitive than many expected this season, and their grade for the halfway mark is quite high as a result.
With the Houston Rockets down by two and needing a bucket to tie the game in overtime, James Harden went to work. Step 1: dirty crossover and blow by your opponent; Step 2: No-look, behind-the-back pass to setup the easy lay-in from Dwight Howard. Magical.
Indiana Pacers' Paul George has miraculously returned from a gruesome leg injury, and he is now in the thick of the MVP race.