Monthly Archives: February 2017

Miller Time Podcast Episode #179: Feeling Ejected

Jon Filet and Flava Dave touch on an up-and-down weekend in Pacers basketball, including an old fashion rout over Memphis and a ticky-tack ejection for Paul George against Miami. Also, the pair predict the future of the NBA regarding the … Continue reading

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Miller Time Podcast Episode #178: The PG Dilemma (featuring Gregg Doyel)

Jon Filet and Flava Dave welcome The Indianapolis Star’s Gregg Doyel to discuss the Paul George situation following Thursday’s trade deadline. Gregg and Dave debate PG’s edict to the Pacers and Larry Bird and ponder the likelihood of his leaving … Continue reading

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Miller Time Podcast Episode #177: Jon Washburn

Jon Washburn¬†(stepping in admirably for our beloved Jon Filet) and Flava Dave¬†lick their wounds after a very tough stretch of basketball – and explain why you shouldn’t COMPLETELY freak out. They also discuss how unusual the 2010 NBA Draft was, … Continue reading

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Miller Time Podcast Episode #176: The Full LaFollette

Jon Filet and Flava Dave are feeling down on the Pacers after a three straight losses. Things don’t look much better with upcoming games against the Spurs, Cavs and Wizards. They boys rehash the weekend of Indy hoops, including Saturday’s … Continue reading

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Miller Time Podcast Episode #175: Gut Check

Jon Filet and Flava Dave contemplate how the Pacers will respond following Wednesday’s loss to Cleveland. There’s also discussion of Indy’s defensive paradox, the resurgent Wizards and the backsliding Bucks. Also, energy drinks are bad for you health, bro. Click … Continue reading

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Miller Time Podcast Episode #174: Seventh Heaven

Jon Filet and Flava Dave dig into the Pacers’ seven-game winning streak, discussing Lavoy Allen’s big game against Detroit and Paul George’s awesome defense against Russell Westrbook. The boys also discuss the budding leadership role of Myles Turner, Indiana’s daunting … Continue reading

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