Jon Filet and Flava Dave are counting down number of wins left before the Pacers secure a playoff spot (it ain’t that many). Never ones to settle for just good enough, they also discuss the various ways Indiana can creep up the Eastern Conference Standings. Also, the boys ponder the eventual return of Glenn Robinson and where he fits with the Born Ready era. And by the way, Paul George is still a bad ass. All that, plus terrible NBA shoes, trusting the process and measuring the merits of this year’s MVP.
Jon Filet and Flava Dave are as excited about the Pacers as you are. Thanks, Lance! The guys discuss Born Ready’s return to the Fielhouse and everything that implies — the energy, enthusiasm, defense, expert trolling, etc. They also talk about Lance’s short-term and long-term role with the team. Also, the bench is better, Paul George still enjoys being amazing and Lance still loves him some Hooters.
Jon Filet and Flave Dave take a deep dive into the Pacers’ thrilling game against the Cavs, including PG’s brilliance, Lance’s return and why the little things always matter. Also, Dave remains flustered regarding Monta’s starting role, and Jon discusses Myles Turner’s learning curve. Plus there’s plenty of playoff talk with just five games remaining, and Dave forgets his pants.
Jon Filet and Flava Dave were born ready to discuss the Pacers’ signing of Lance Stephenson. They briefly bid farewell to the Rodney Stuckey era and dive deep into Lance’s return to the team. Dave discusses Stephenson’s prospect as a stretch four while Jon is simply looking forward to watching someone who gives a shit. Plus, how will Lance share the ball with PG, Teague and Monta? Will he make the defense better? What else should be done for the Pacers to remain the playoffs? All that and more.
Jon Filet and Flava Dave don’t have much to say about the Pacers because the Pacers haven’t been much to talk about. So, after discussing their apathy for the Blue and Gold, the pair discuss more interesting things like seafood, potatoes, PB&Js and the merits of James Harden and Russel Westbrook. Also, Myles Turner still has some growing up to do and Rodney Stuckey should be cut immediately.
Jon Filet and Flava Dave return from an extended absence to check in on a Pacers team perpetually stuck near the .500 mark. They discuss Indiana’s addiction to playing down to competition and ponder the happiness of Jeff Teague. Also, LaVar Ball is a terrible human being, the Knicks are a just-as terrible basketball team, and Joe Young likes to wear hoodies, t00.
Jon Filet and Flava Dave give their first in-depth assessment of Nate McMillan in his first year as coach of the Pacers, including their likes and dislikes, and why his impact may not mean much in the grand scheme of things. Also, Jon breaks down the method behind Monta’s resurgence (free throws aside) and Flave Dave sings the Christmas Tree song and songs from the other Nate Dogg. Also, the Pacers rally against Houston, fall short against the Spurs and leave Big Al in the dust (for now).