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https://plus.google.com/100429518756699636111 Los Angeles Clippers : The #Clippers off some congratulatory messages to Coach Mike Krzyzewski on his 1000th collegiate coaching...
The #Clippers off some congratulatory messages to Coach Mike Krzyzewski on his 1000th collegiate coaching victory! #Coach1K 

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J.J. Redick Congratulates Coach K
Redick congratulates Mike Krzyzewski on 1,000 college wins.
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https://plus.google.com/107515118912400650383 J JACKSON : Put 'em on a poster! DeAndre Jordan catches the alley from Chris Paul and unleashes a beast of a dunk...
Put 'em on a poster!
DeAndre Jordan catches the alley from Chris Paul and unleashes a beast of a dunk on Brook Lopez.

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https://plus.google.com/115175525725680906534 CHRIS PAUL :

Army Self Don Deny Having Buhari’s Credentials
Another twist has been added to the raging controversy about the failure of the presidential candidate of the All Progressives Congress, APC, General Mohammadu
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https://plus.google.com/115175525725680906534 CHRIS PAUL :

Ex-Niger Delta Militants Don Threaten War Say If Jonathan No Get Re-elected
Former Niger Delta militants have threatened that Nigeria will not knowpeace if its people failed to elect President Goodluck Jonathan in the February 14 presid
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https://plus.google.com/115175525725680906534 CHRIS PAUL :

Ex-Niger Delta Militants Don Threaten War Say If Jonathan No Get Re-elected
Former Niger Delta militants have threatened that Nigeria will not knowpeace if its people failed to elect President Goodluck Jonathan in the February 14 presid
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https://plus.google.com/115175525725680906534 CHRIS PAUL :

I Jus Dey Laugh Mrs. Aisha Muhammadu Buhari
My husband go obey rule of law — Buhari’s wife talk o. The wife of the All Progressives Congress Presidential candidate, Mrs. Aisha Muhammadu Buhari, don talk
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https://plus.google.com/115175525725680906534 CHRIS PAUL :

Oya Make Una Talk Una Mind For This Mata!
I still dy wonda. en don tey we me dy pidgin bt i neva hear say pidgin don pay their publisher..Abeg na lie i dy talk abi na na true true? onya make una tell us
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https://plus.google.com/113868700832983902301 Jackie Warner : New article (Indiana Pacers 2014-2015 NBA Season Preview) When LeBron James announced that he would ...
New article (Indiana Pacers 2014-2015 NBA Season Preview) When LeBron James announced that he would be leaving the Miami Heat, everyone immediately looked to the Indiana Pacers to take the Eastern Conference Championship in 2015.
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When LeBron James announced that he would be leaving the Miami Heat, everyone immediately looked to the Indiana Pacers to take the Eastern Conference Championship in 2015. Larry Bird pieced together a great team in Indiana which included big names like David West, George Hill, Roy Hibbert, and of course Paul George. However, Paul George suffered a gruesome leg injury this offseason and will miss the entire 2014-2015 NBA season; so the Pacers will have to rely on their other big names in order to win this season. The Pacers may have lost their best player for the season, but they still have the roster to at least sneak into the playoffs in the wide-open Eastern Conference.
If the Pacers expect to succeed this season they will need a lot more than they have been getting from center Roy Hibbert. Hibbert is widely considered to be one of the most overpaid, overrated players in the NBA because of his low numbers, high salary, and inability to show up in big games. In the 2013-2014 NBA season Hibbert averaged only 10.8 points and 6.6 rebounds per game. A 7’2 center making over $13 million a season should be able to grab at least 10 rebounds a game. Hibbert was even worse in the playoffs this past season, managing only 9.3 points and 5.5 rebounds per game. In order for the Pacers to succeed, Hibbert will need to pick up some of the scoring that George used to handle.
The Pacers will also rely heavily on David West this season both for offensive productivity and veteran leadership. West has already shown his ability to lead a team when he (along with the young Chris Paul) led the New Orleans Hornets to the playoffs in consecutive seasons in 2008 and 2009. Without George, West will most likely be the go-to man on offense; so he can expect to see more than the 14 points per game he was averaging this past season. West will also be charged with keeping spirits up in the locker room and not letting the loss of George and championship aspirations affect the other players’ moral.
Even without George, the Pacers have a solid squad; however, without George the Pacers do not have a team that is ready to make a playoff run. The Pacers have the tools to make a playoff appearance this season, but do not expect a miraculous postseason run.
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https://plus.google.com/117369704557199340249 Shanka Cheryl : New article (Indiana Pacers 2014-2015 NBA Season Preview) When LeBron James announced that he would ...
New article (Indiana Pacers 2014-2015 NBA Season Preview) When LeBron James announced that he would be leaving the Miami Heat, everyone immediately looked to the Indiana Pacers to take the Eastern Conference Championship in 2015.
has been published on Movie TV Tech Geeks #GeorgeHill, #IndianaPacers, #LarryBird, #LeBronJames, #MiamiHeat, #NBA
When LeBron James announced that he would be leaving the Miami Heat, everyone immediately looked to the Indiana Pacers to take the Eastern Conference Championship in 2015. Larry Bird pieced together a great team in Indiana which included big names like David West, George Hill, Roy Hibbert, and of course Paul George. However, Paul George suffered a gruesome leg injury this offseason and will miss the entire 2014-2015 NBA season; so the Pacers will have to rely on their other big names in order to win this season. The Pacers may have lost their best player for the season, but they still have the roster to at least sneak into the playoffs in the wide-open Eastern Conference.
If the Pacers expect to succeed this season they will need a lot more than they have been getting from center Roy Hibbert. Hibbert is widely considered to be one of the most overpaid, overrated players in the NBA because of his low numbers, high salary, and inability to show up in big games. In the 2013-2014 NBA season Hibbert averaged only 10.8 points and 6.6 rebounds per game. A 7’2 center making over $13 million a season should be able to grab at least 10 rebounds a game. Hibbert was even worse in the playoffs this past season, managing only 9.3 points and 5.5 rebounds per game. In order for the Pacers to succeed, Hibbert will need to pick up some of the scoring that George used to handle.
The Pacers will also rely heavily on David West this season both for offensive productivity and veteran leadership. West has already shown his ability to lead a team when he (along with the young Chris Paul) led the New Orleans Hornets to the playoffs in consecutive seasons in 2008 and 2009. Without George, West will most likely be the go-to man on offense; so he can expect to see more than the 14 points per game he was averaging this past season. West will also be charged with keeping spirits up in the locker room and not letting the loss of George and championship aspirations affect the other players’ moral.
Even without George, the Pacers have a solid squad; however, without George the Pacers do not have a team that is ready to make a playoff run. The Pacers have the tools to make a playoff appearance this season, but do not expect a miraculous postseason run.
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https://plus.google.com/113868700832983902301 Jackie Warner : New article (How Will Paul George's Injury Impact Indiana Pacers?) When LeBron James announced that ...
New article (How Will Paul George's Injury Impact Indiana Pacers?) When LeBron James announced that he would be leaving the Miami Heat to return home and play for the Cleveland Cavaliers, everyone immediately assumed that the Indiana Pacers would have no problem winning the Eastern Conference Championship
has been published on Movie TV Tech Geeks #IndianaPacers, #LeBronJames, #MiamiHeat, #NBA, #PaulGeorge
When LeBron James announced that he would be leaving the Miami Heat to return home and play for the Cleveland Cavaliers, everyone immediately assumed that the Indiana Pacers would have no problem winning the Eastern Conference Championship. The Heat have been sort of a road block for the Pacers in recent years: the Heat have knocked the Pacers out of the playoffs in each of the last three seasons. In the past two seasons, both of these eliminations came at the hands of the Heat in the Eastern Conference Finals. However, the Heat lost the best player in the world this offseason, so 2015 should be the Pacers year, right?
The Pacers have been playing exceptionally well the past two seasons, even finishing first place in the Eastern Conference this past season over the Heat. The Pacers have been succeeding thanks to many combined efforts all led by the scoring of super star Paul George. Since being drafted to the Pacers with the 10th overall pick in the 2010 NBA Draft, George has improved drastically every single season in the league. This past season George averaged over 21 points per game while leading the team to 56 regular season victories in 80 games played. George may not be the NBA Scoring Champion, but he provides the clutch shooting and leadership the Pacers need.
George may not be the most experienced player on the team, but he leads like a veteran. The only other player on the team who is respected as much as George is David West. West is entering his 12th season in the NBA; and his résumé of leadership dates back to his years with the New Orleans Hornets when, along with the young Chris Paul, West led the Hornets to multiple playoff appearances. Last season West averaged 14 points and almost seven rebounds per game—he was not the Pacers top scorer; but he is still a vital part of the team.
The Pacers also received big contributions from other players, like their center Roy Hibbert. Although Hibbert is widely considered to be an overrated player, he is still a huge part of the Pacers multiple wins this season—especially on the defensive side of the ball. Hibbert averaged 10.8 points and 6.6 rebounds per game, which is definitely low for a 7’2 center. Hibbert’s biggest contribution is his defensive presence: his size alone intimidates opponents and prevents them from driving against him. Hibbert also averaged 2.25 blocks per game, fourth most in the NBA this past season; so even brave opponents often found themselves stuffed at the rim by the big man.
Other key contributors on the Pacers this season included George Hill and Luis Scola. Hill added another 10.3 points per game, and Scola averaged 7.6 points and 4.8 rebounds per game coming off the bench. Scola is another highly respected player on the Pacers—although he is not the best player, he still gets out there and hustles for points and rebounds every night. Scola is also very consistent in that he very rarely misses a game. In his seven years in the NBA, Scola has missed only eight games; he has not missed a game since the 2010-2011 season.
The Pacers seemed to have it all going their way and were right on track to at least another Eastern Conference Finals appearance…until tragedy struck. With 9:33 left in the USA Blue vs. White Basketball Showcase, Paul George jumped after James Harden’s lay-up attempt and broke his leg on the landing. George suffered the same sort of freak accident that Louisville’s Kevin Ware suffered last season, a normal play that went horribly wrong. Following George’s injury, the game was called and the future of NBA players participating in USA Basketball came under immense scrutiny. George has already been ruled out for the entire 2014-2015 NBA season. It will be about three months before George is able to put any weight on his leg, and it will also be able that long until doctors are able to tell the full extent to which the injury will affect George’s play. George’s leg could take anywhere from six to 12 months to heal enough for him to return to the court, but either way the Pacers will not be risking the 24 year old’s career for one season.
Without George the Pacers will be lucky to make the playoffs. They have enough talent to do so, but unless players like Hibbert can really step up on the offensive side of the ball the Pacers will struggle tremendously. David West will be able to provide the veteran leadership that the team desperately needs in a time like this, but even that will only go so far. George’s injury has essentially knocked the Pacers right out of championship contention, so do not expect much from the team without their young super star.
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New article (Indiana Pacers 2014-2015 NBA Season Preview) When LeBron James announced that he would be leaving the Miami Heat, everyone immediately looked to the Indiana Pacers to take the Eastern Conference Championship in 2015.
has been published on Movie TV Tech Geeks #GeorgeHill, #IndianaPacers, #LarryBird, #LeBronJames, #MiamiHeat, #NBA
When LeBron James announced that he would be leaving the Miami Heat, everyone immediately looked to the Indiana Pacers to take the Eastern Conference Championship in 2015. Larry Bird pieced together a great team in Indiana which included big names like David West, George Hill, Roy Hibbert, and of course Paul George. However, Paul George suffered a gruesome leg injury this offseason and will miss the entire 2014-2015 NBA season; so the Pacers will have to rely on their other big names in order to win this season. The Pacers may have lost their best player for the season, but they still have the roster to at least sneak into the playoffs in the wide-open Eastern Conference.
If the Pacers expect to succeed this season they will need a lot more than they have been getting from center Roy Hibbert. Hibbert is widely considered to be one of the most overpaid, overrated players in the NBA because of his low numbers, high salary, and inability to show up in big games. In the 2013-2014 NBA season Hibbert averaged only 10.8 points and 6.6 rebounds per game. A 7’2 center making over $13 million a season should be able to grab at least 10 rebounds a game. Hibbert was even worse in the playoffs this past season, managing only 9.3 points and 5.5 rebounds per game. In order for the Pacers to succeed, Hibbert will need to pick up some of the scoring that George used to handle.
The Pacers will also rely heavily on David West this season both for offensive productivity and veteran leadership. West has already shown his ability to lead a team when he (along with the young Chris Paul) led the New Orleans Hornets to the playoffs in consecutive seasons in 2008 and 2009. Without George, West will most likely be the go-to man on offense; so he can expect to see more than the 14 points per game he was averaging this past season. West will also be charged with keeping spirits up in the locker room and not letting the loss of George and championship aspirations affect the other players’ moral.
Even without George, the Pacers have a solid squad; however, without George the Pacers do not have a team that is ready to make a playoff run. The Pacers have the tools to make a playoff appearance this season, but do not expect a miraculous postseason run.
https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-23GkmEEqL44/VMPKT16M1UI/AAAAAAAACUI/KIjg4yLeoUU/w506-h750/indiana-pacers-2015-nba-season-images.jpg
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https://plus.google.com/117369704557199340249 Shanka Cheryl : New article (How Will Paul George's Injury Impact Indiana Pacers?) When LeBron James announced that ...
New article (How Will Paul George's Injury Impact Indiana Pacers?) When LeBron James announced that he would be leaving the Miami Heat to return home and play for the Cleveland Cavaliers, everyone immediately assumed that the Indiana Pacers would have no problem winning the Eastern Conference Championship
has been published on Movie TV Tech Geeks #IndianaPacers, #LeBronJames, #MiamiHeat, #NBA, #PaulGeorge
When LeBron James announced that he would be leaving the Miami Heat to return home and play for the Cleveland Cavaliers, everyone immediately assumed that the Indiana Pacers would have no problem winning the Eastern Conference Championship. The Heat have been sort of a road block for the Pacers in recent years: the Heat have knocked the Pacers out of the playoffs in each of the last three seasons. In the past two seasons, both of these eliminations came at the hands of the Heat in the Eastern Conference Finals. However, the Heat lost the best player in the world this offseason, so 2015 should be the Pacers year, right?
The Pacers have been playing exceptionally well the past two seasons, even finishing first place in the Eastern Conference this past season over the Heat. The Pacers have been succeeding thanks to many combined efforts all led by the scoring of super star Paul George. Since being drafted to the Pacers with the 10th overall pick in the 2010 NBA Draft, George has improved drastically every single season in the league. This past season George averaged over 21 points per game while leading the team to 56 regular season victories in 80 games played. George may not be the NBA Scoring Champion, but he provides the clutch shooting and leadership the Pacers need.
George may not be the most experienced player on the team, but he leads like a veteran. The only other player on the team who is respected as much as George is David West. West is entering his 12th season in the NBA; and his résumé of leadership dates back to his years with the New Orleans Hornets when, along with the young Chris Paul, West led the Hornets to multiple playoff appearances. Last season West averaged 14 points and almost seven rebounds per game—he was not the Pacers top scorer; but he is still a vital part of the team.
The Pacers also received big contributions from other players, like their center Roy Hibbert. Although Hibbert is widely considered to be an overrated player, he is still a huge part of the Pacers multiple wins this season—especially on the defensive side of the ball. Hibbert averaged 10.8 points and 6.6 rebounds per game, which is definitely low for a 7’2 center. Hibbert’s biggest contribution is his defensive presence: his size alone intimidates opponents and prevents them from driving against him. Hibbert also averaged 2.25 blocks per game, fourth most in the NBA this past season; so even brave opponents often found themselves stuffed at the rim by the big man.
Other key contributors on the Pacers this season included George Hill and Luis Scola. Hill added another 10.3 points per game, and Scola averaged 7.6 points and 4.8 rebounds per game coming off the bench. Scola is another highly respected player on the Pacers—although he is not the best player, he still gets out there and hustles for points and rebounds every night. Scola is also very consistent in that he very rarely misses a game. In his seven years in the NBA, Scola has missed only eight games; he has not missed a game since the 2010-2011 season.
The Pacers seemed to have it all going their way and were right on track to at least another Eastern Conference Finals appearance…until tragedy struck. With 9:33 left in the USA Blue vs. White Basketball Showcase, Paul George jumped after James Harden’s lay-up attempt and broke his leg on the landing. George suffered the same sort of freak accident that Louisville’s Kevin Ware suffered last season, a normal play that went horribly wrong. Following George’s injury, the game was called and the future of NBA players participating in USA Basketball came under immense scrutiny. George has already been ruled out for the entire 2014-2015 NBA season. It will be about three months before George is able to put any weight on his leg, and it will also be able that long until doctors are able to tell the full extent to which the injury will affect George’s play. George’s leg could take anywhere from six to 12 months to heal enough for him to return to the court, but either way the Pacers will not be risking the 24 year old’s career for one season.
Without George the Pacers will be lucky to make the playoffs. They have enough talent to do so, but unless players like Hibbert can really step up on the offensive side of the ball the Pacers will struggle tremendously. David West will be able to provide the veteran leadership that the team desperately needs in a time like this, but even that will only go so far. George’s injury has essentially knocked the Pacers right out of championship contention, so do not expect much from the team without their young super star.
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https://plus.google.com/108995127167235744580 Best Movies Ever Entertainment News : New article (How Will Paul George's Injury Impact Indiana Pacers?) When LeBron James announced that ...
New article (How Will Paul George's Injury Impact Indiana Pacers?) When LeBron James announced that he would be leaving the Miami Heat to return home and play for the Cleveland Cavaliers, everyone immediately assumed that the Indiana Pacers would have no problem winning the Eastern Conference Championship
has been published on Movie TV Tech Geeks #IndianaPacers, #LeBronJames, #MiamiHeat, #NBA, #PaulGeorge
When LeBron James announced that he would be leaving the Miami Heat to return home and play for the Cleveland Cavaliers, everyone immediately assumed that the Indiana Pacers would have no problem winning the Eastern Conference Championship. The Heat have been sort of a road block for the Pacers in recent years: the Heat have knocked the Pacers out of the playoffs in each of the last three seasons. In the past two seasons, both of these eliminations came at the hands of the Heat in the Eastern Conference Finals. However, the Heat lost the best player in the world this offseason, so 2015 should be the Pacers year, right?
The Pacers have been playing exceptionally well the past two seasons, even finishing first place in the Eastern Conference this past season over the Heat. The Pacers have been succeeding thanks to many combined efforts all led by the scoring of super star Paul George. Since being drafted to the Pacers with the 10th overall pick in the 2010 NBA Draft, George has improved drastically every single season in the league. This past season George averaged over 21 points per game while leading the team to 56 regular season victories in 80 games played. George may not be the NBA Scoring Champion, but he provides the clutch shooting and leadership the Pacers need.
George may not be the most experienced player on the team, but he leads like a veteran. The only other player on the team who is respected as much as George is David West. West is entering his 12th season in the NBA; and his résumé of leadership dates back to his years with the New Orleans Hornets when, along with the young Chris Paul, West led the Hornets to multiple playoff appearances. Last season West averaged 14 points and almost seven rebounds per game—he was not the Pacers top scorer; but he is still a vital part of the team.
The Pacers also received big contributions from other players, like their center Roy Hibbert. Although Hibbert is widely considered to be an overrated player, he is still a huge part of the Pacers multiple wins this season—especially on the defensive side of the ball. Hibbert averaged 10.8 points and 6.6 rebounds per game, which is definitely low for a 7’2 center. Hibbert’s biggest contribution is his defensive presence: his size alone intimidates opponents and prevents them from driving against him. Hibbert also averaged 2.25 blocks per game, fourth most in the NBA this past season; so even brave opponents often found themselves stuffed at the rim by the big man.
Other key contributors on the Pacers this season included George Hill and Luis Scola. Hill added another 10.3 points per game, and Scola averaged 7.6 points and 4.8 rebounds per game coming off the bench. Scola is another highly respected player on the Pacers—although he is not the best player, he still gets out there and hustles for points and rebounds every night. Scola is also very consistent in that he very rarely misses a game. In his seven years in the NBA, Scola has missed only eight games; he has not missed a game since the 2010-2011 season.
The Pacers seemed to have it all going their way and were right on track to at least another Eastern Conference Finals appearance…until tragedy struck. With 9:33 left in the USA Blue vs. White Basketball Showcase, Paul George jumped after James Harden’s lay-up attempt and broke his leg on the landing. George suffered the same sort of freak accident that Louisville’s Kevin Ware suffered last season, a normal play that went horribly wrong. Following George’s injury, the game was called and the future of NBA players participating in USA Basketball came under immense scrutiny. George has already been ruled out for the entire 2014-2015 NBA season. It will be about three months before George is able to put any weight on his leg, and it will also be able that long until doctors are able to tell the full extent to which the injury will affect George’s play. George’s leg could take anywhere from six to 12 months to heal enough for him to return to the court, but either way the Pacers will not be risking the 24 year old’s career for one season.
Without George the Pacers will be lucky to make the playoffs. They have enough talent to do so, but unless players like Hibbert can really step up on the offensive side of the ball the Pacers will struggle tremendously. David West will be able to provide the veteran leadership that the team desperately needs in a time like this, but even that will only go so far. George’s injury has essentially knocked the Pacers right out of championship contention, so do not expect much from the team without their young super star.
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https://plus.google.com/106898962500301909438 Youssef ben ghozzi : It got the CP Sign on it! Chris Paul got a new Air Jordan Shoe?
It got the CP Sign on it! Chris Paul got a new Air Jordan Shoe?
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https://plus.google.com/113143869474596125041 Jayon Scott : Chris Paul super weak
Chris Paul super weak
Watch the video: 20150123_174550.mp4
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Chris Paul super weak
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https://plus.google.com/114123453937042767364 Rishav Basak : Put 'em on a poster! DeAndre Jordan catches the alley from Chris Paul and unleashes a beast of a dunk...
Put 'em on a poster!
DeAndre Jordan catches the alley from Chris Paul and unleashes a beast of a dunk on Brook Lopez.

#DeAndreJordan   #Jordan   #Dunk   #Posterized   #Clippers   #LobCity   #BrookLopez   #BrooklynNets   #Nets   #NBA   #Basketball   #Sports  +Los Angeles Clippers 
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