Pacers widen lead for best record in the NBA Eastern Conference

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untitledIn today’s episode of the “Red Light Sports Ramble”; presented by the Red Light Sports Network, Evan and Troy welcome back Eugene Pitchford.  Eugene has extensive knowledge of basketball and is a co-host of Home Court Sports; another Blog Talk Sports Radio Show, that you can listen to live every Wednesday evening.  The NBA regular season is winding down.  In the Eastern Conference; it is basically a two team race for the best record.  Last night, the Indiana Pacers defeated the Miami Heat 84-83.  Chris Bosch had a chance to win the game for the Miami Heat with a last second shot. His shot didn’t even find the rim as the Pacers extended their lead to three games for the best record, in the NBA Eastern Conference.  After the game; people questioned why one of the best players in the NBA did not take the shot.  LeBron James was used as a decoy.  After receiving the inbound pass; he dished it off to Bosch, who missed.  You can’t argue that Bosch can make that shot; however, why did you take the ball out of the hot hand.  James had 38 points but was nothing more than a decoy on the last play.

Outside of the NBA, the NCAA tournament continues tonight.  Two of the top picks are already done playing in the tournament.  Jabari Parker and Andrew Wiggins could go 1-2 in the upcoming NBA Draft.  The boys; along with Eugene, talk about the 1 and done rule that the NBA has in place.  This NBA rule is in place to make it necessary for any player to be out of high school for one year.  This means that many “superstar” college players will leave for the NBA after their Freshman year.  Do you think that Parker and Wiggins are ready for the NBA?

Listen to what the guys think on the “Red Light Sports Ramble”.

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