Miller Time Podcast Episode #153: The Peter Principle

Jon and Flava Dave return from an extended summer vacation to recap a busy Pacers offseason. After a brief update regarding the status of one of the co-hosts, the boys give their takes on the trades for Jeff Teague and Thaddeus Young contemplate the new role for Myles Turner and ponder where Monta Ellis fits in with the new starting lineup. Also, there’s talk of Nate McMillan as the new head coach, and Flava Dave makes a prediction he thinks will probably never happen any way.

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Miller Time Podcast Episode #152: Frank Gets Tanked

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Jon Filet and Flava Dave discus the firing-not-firing of Frank Vogel, and breakdown some of the comments made by Larry Bird during Thursday’s bizarre press conference. The guys throw out names of possible candidates (‘No’ for Nate McMillan, and ‘Hell no’ for Mark Jackson), and question how today’s events will impact the coaching search and luring of possible free agents. Also, would you trade PG to the Lakers?

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Miller Time Podcast Episode #151: Transition from the Transition

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Jon Filet and Flava Dave close out a year of transition from the Pacers’ season by looking toward the summer. Flava Dave presents the pros and cons of retaining Frank Vogel, while the pair discuss possible scenarios and take a look at some of the team’s more pressing needs. Paul George may be the man, but he needs help.

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Miller Time Podcast Episode #150: The Hot Take Olympics

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Jon Filet and Flave Dave take stock of the Pacers’ current predicament after the debacle that was Game 5. The pair discuss the game in detail before looking ahead to Game 6 and a possible Game 7 (LOL!).

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Miller Time Podcast Episode #149: Podium Game

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Jon Filet and Flava Dave examine the Pacers’ Game 4 victory over Toronto. Imagine that, ball movement and good decision making create a healthy offense. Also, the pair discus Ian Mahinmi’s career game and George Hill’s aggressiveness. All that plus thoughts on Game 5, PG’s continued defensive excellence, and a little book club discussion.

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Miller Time Podcast Episode #148: Execution Style

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Jon Filet and Flave Dave spend less time recapping Games 2 and 3 against the Raptors and more time bemoaning the Pacers’ lack of execution and effort. Also, PG continues to shoulder Indy’s burdens, and Solomon Hill might make an appearance in the starting line up in a playoff game. JOY!

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Miller Time Podcast Episode #147: Don’t Listen to Drake

Jon Filet and Flava Dave recap the Pacers’ Game 1 win over Toronto. Along the way, Paul George goes off, Myles Turner gets hyped, Solo gets to the line, and the Raptors fall apart in the second half. All that plus click bait, Jay Cutler and why you should never listen to Drake.

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