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Jon Filet and Flave Dave are here to preview the most anticipated game of Indiana's season, the return of Paul George to Bankers Life Fieldhouse. The guys wrestle their heads against their hearts and discuss why Oklahoma City is still a formidable match up for the Pacers. They also break down OKC's toilet-bowl offense, Billy Donovan's bad hair and the potential for Lance Stephenson shenanigans (CODE ORANGE!). Click here to subscribe to the show in iTunes. Click here to subscribe to the show in Stitcher. Click here to subscribe to the show in Google Play. Click here for the RSS Feed stem.

Jon Filet and Flava Dave think the Pacers are who we thought they were -- an average offensive team that can't overcome its many defensive woes. The guys ponder Victor Oladipo's regression and revisit a long-standing question regarding Myles Turner's long term role. Also, the Rockets are really good, Thad really wasn't good, and Flave Dave hopes Dan Burke doesn't listen to The Eagles. Click here to subscribe to the show in iTunes. Click here to subscribe to the show in Stitcher. Click here to subscribe to the show in Google Play. Click here for the RSS Feed stem.

Jon Filet and Flava Dave are back after a brief hiatus to catch up on a backsliding Pacers team. Victor Oladipo has stopped being aggressive, Myles Turner has been enigmatic, the defense remains troublesome, and the guys have both lost their early season #Saboners. They break down losses to New Orleans and Detroit, ponder the sustainability of Tuner-#Saboner lineups and look ahead to games against Chicago and Houston. Also, Jon tries some more rap snacks and Flava Dave invites himself to a Katy Perry concert. Click here to subscribe to the show in iTunes. Click here to subscribe to the show in Stitcher. Click here to subscribe to the show in Google Play. Click here for the RSS Feed stem.

Jon Filet and Flava Dave are back to admit that they were wrong about almost everything concerning the Pacers. They recap the team's impressive win against San Antonio -- including Oladipo's big shot and Sabonis' perfect evening. They also discuss the bench's bad night and explain why Big Al rightly deserves court time over Ike Anigbogu. Also, what did Oladipo really say after his game-winner, what are the Kings doing, what's wrong with the Cavs' defense and what is Flava Dave doing for Halloween? Regardless of the answers, Jon is always right. Click here to subscribe to the show in iTunes. Click here to subscribe to the show in Stitcher. Click here to subscribe to the show in Google Play. Click here for the RSS Feed stem.

Jon Filet and Flava Dave celebrate the 200th episode of the podcast in (what else?) spectacular fashion. Speaking of spectacular, how about that Pacers offense. The guys discuss the team's big-night against the Timberwolves and talk about the let-down loss against Oklahoma City. Also, Victor Oladipo is good. Bojan isn't as good. Nate McMillan wakes up, and SB Nation's Whitney Medworth joins the show to discuss Paul George's comments and the role of social media in NBA coverage. Click here to subscribe to the show in iTunes. Click here to subscribe to the show in Stitcher. Click here to subscribe to the show in Google Play. Click here for the RSS Feed stem.

Jon and Flave Dave know there's no 'D' in Iniana Pacers, but they do their best to break down back-to-back games in which the Blue and Gold struggled to get stops. They lament the absence of Myles Turner, gives props to TJ Leaf's strong game and continue to hate Evan Turner. Also, Victor Oladipo remains aggressive, dark colored jerseys are still confusing, and the boys talk about some dude named Paul George. Click here to subscribe to the show in iTunes. Click here to subscribe to the show in Stitcher. Click here to subscribe to the show in Google Play. Click here for the RSS Feed stem.

Jon Filet and Flava Dave catch their breath after the Pacers' fast-break win over the Brooklyn Nets. Before inviting Indy Star columnist Gregg Doyel onto the show, they discuss the method to the madness of their historic pace and give a tip of the hat to Opening Night Myles Turner, Oladipo's aggressiveness, Hoodie Lance, and Sabonis' strong play off the bench. Also, they ponder the fit of Cory Joseph and the sustainability of Indiana's quickness. Also, the boys poor one out for Jeremy Lin and Gordon Hayward, and poor one out for the Pacers' defense against the Portland Trail Blazers. Click here to subscribe to the show in iTunes. Click here to subscribe to the show in Stitcher. Click here to subscribe to the show in Google Play. Click here for the RSS Feed stem.

Jon Filet and Flava Dave end the preseason with a free-flowing conversation about the Pacers. Topics include Reggie Miller's comments regarding loyalty in the NBA, the future contract of Glenn Robinson III, the team's new theater lighting and more. Also, Dave gives another gift, and Jon explains why he isn't having children. Click here to subscribe to the show in iTunes. Click here to subscribe to the show in Stitcher. Click here to subscribe to the show in Google Play. Click here for the RSS Feed stem.

Jon Filet and Flava Dave recap the Pacers' victory over the Bucks -- the team's most consequential preseason game in years. They breakdown Indiana's new-look offense, Myles Turner's production and chemistry with Victor Oladipo, Lance Stephenson's perpetual readiness. Then the boys bring on Pacers.com reporter Mark Monteith to discuss his new book, Reborn: The Pacers and the Return of Pro Basketball to Indianapolis.Mark drops knowledge about the inception of the team and details his journey from Pacers fan to Pacers beatwriter. Also, roller coasters are fun, Rap Snacks are delicious and T.J. Leaf has some work to do. Click here to subscribe to the show in iTunes. Click here to subscribe to the show in Stitcher. Click here to subscribe to the show in Google Play. Click here for the RSS Feed stem.

Jon Filet and Flava Dave round into preseason form to preview the Pacers' 2017-2018 season. Hope is in short supply, but intrigue and fascination abounds. How good will Myles Turner really be, what kind of player is Victor Oladipo, will Thad Young be traded, does Al Jefferson do yoga, will we see more Good Lance than Bad Lance? Also, the guys discuss the roles of Glenn Robinson III, Domantas Sabonis, guess how many times Nate McMillan will say, "Solid," and give some updates regarding some new ventures for the show. Click here to subscribe to the show in iTunes. Click here to subscribe to the show in Stitcher. Click here to subscribe to the show in Google Play. Click here for the RSS Feed stem.

Every year, Sports Illustrated publishes their list of the Top 100 NBA Players. Every year, people complain about it - and we were two of those people. Rob Mahoney of SI caught wind of our complaints (specifically RE: Myles Turner) and volunteered to join us to explain his rationale. Poor guy. We discuss Turner's ranking, why being able to trust a veteran night after night is so valuable, screen assists, Oladipo & Sabonis, and exactly how much DeMar DeRozan hates his guts.

Jon Filet and Flava Dave invite former Indiana Pacers guard C.J. Miles on to the show to discuss his three-year stint with the Blue and Gold. Topics include his new duties with the Toronto Raptors, his thoughts on Indy's lackluster chemistry, and the league's stance on high school eligibility. C.J. also discusses his relationship with Myles Turner, the realness of Larry Bird and what he'll miss most about his time in the Circle City.  Click here to subscribe to the show in iTunes.  Click here to subscribe to the show in Stitcher.Click here to subscribe to the show in Google Play.  Click here for the RSS Feed stem.

Jon Filet and Flava Dave begin the post-Paul George era by breaking down the Pacers' trade for Victor Oladipo and Domantas Sabonis. Did Indiana make a good trade or were they victims of a bad situation? Was Kevin Pritchard ever going to trade George to a contender, or was he simply being petty? What do Oladipo and Sabonis bring to the team, and where does this leave Lance Stephenson, Glenn Robinson III and Thad Young? Also, former Pacer Jonathan Bender stops by the show to discuss his post-basketball career and gives his thoughts on the NCAA and the prospects of current young players in the league.  Click here to subscribe to the show in iTunes.  Click here to subscribe to the show in Stitcher.Click here to subscribe to the show in Google Play.  Click here for the RSS Feed stem.  

 Jon Filet and Flava Dave are here to walk you through the big news regarding the Indiana Pacers -- Monta Ellis' weed problem. But the majority of the show is spent discussing Paul George's message to the team: I'm Leaving. The guys break down possible trade scenarios (the Cavs are a real option) and reveal why the Lakers have less leverage than you might think. The boys also ponder the direction and look of the Pacers rebuild. Two things are certain -- the tank-mobile is back and Lance should play be let off the leash. Click here to subscribe to the show in iTunes. Click here to subscribe to the show in Stitcher.Click here to subscribe to the show in Google Play. Click here for the RSS Feed stem.  

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