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Indy Cornrows Jun 18, 2017
Paul George forces Pacers to opt out on his final year

Paul George forces Pacers to opt out on his final year

Report that Paul George won’t return to the Pacers after his contract is up next summer, means he can’t return this year either. And we thought Monta Ellis sucked the last bit of life out of his trade value. Paul George no doubt spent Father’s Day doting on his daughter, but his agent, Aaron Mintz dropped a bomb on the Pacers with Adrian Wojnarowski reporting that Mintz informed Kevin Pritchard and the Pacers that Paul George will opt out of his contract after next season, as expected, but would not consider returning to the Pacers. Technically, before the Woj bomb hit, Mintz made...
Indy Cornrows Jun 16, 2017
Monta Ellis suspended five games for failed drug test

Monta Ellis suspended five games for failed drug test

Monta Ellis will miss the first five games of the 2017-18 season after violating the NBA’s Anti-Drug policy. The Indiana Pacers received less than ideal news this afternoon when it came down that the NBA had suspended Monta Ellis for the first five games of the 2017-18 season. Ellis will be joined in his suspension by Detroit wing Reggie Bullock. Monta Ellis, Reggie Bullock suspended. #NBA pic.twitter.com/nUyAfCX5kc— Sam Amico (@AmicoHoops) June 16, 2017 The league did not disclose the drug in question, but SB Nation’s Kristian Winfield notes that only marijuana is linked to a...
Sun Herald Jun 16, 2017

Ellis, Bullock suspended 5 games under NBA drug policy

Monta Ellis of the Indiana Pacers and Reggie Bullock of the Detroit Pistons have been suspended five games under the NBA's anti-drug program. The league announced the suspensions Friday without …

Ellis, Bullock suspended 5 games under NBA drug policy

Monta Ellis of the Indiana Pacers and Reggie Bullock of the Detroit Pistons have been suspended five games under the NBA's anti-drug program.
Boston Herald Jun 16, 2017
Ellis, Bullock suspended 5 games under NBA drug policy

Ellis, Bullock suspended 5 games under NBA drug policy

Monta Ellis of the Indiana Pacers and Reggie Bullock of the Detroit Pistons have been suspended five games under the NBAs anti-drug program.The league announced the suspensions Friday without disclosing details of the violations.The 31-year-old Ellis averaged 8.5 points a game for Indiana last season. Pacers president of basketball operations Kevin Pritchard said the suspension was a very serious matter and would be dealt with.The 26-year-old Bullock averaged 4.5 points in 2016-17. A spokesman for the Pistons said the organization was aware of the suspension, but declined further...
Sports Illustrated Jun 16, 2017

Pacers’ Ellis, Pistons’ Bullock given five-game suspensions for drug violation

Monta Ellis and Reggie Bullock will start next season on the sidelines.
CSN Bay Area Jun 16, 2017

NBA suspends Monta Ellis

Monta Ellis was hit with a five-game suspension for violating the terms of the NBA/NBPA Anti-Drug Program, the NBA announced on Friday.The former Warriors guard
Monta Ellis suspended five games for violating anti-drug program

Monta Ellis suspended five games for violating anti-drug program

Ellis averaged 8.5 points over 74 games with Indiana last season.       
NBA Jun 16, 2017

NBA suspends Detroit Pistons' Reggie Bullock, Indiana Pacers' Monta Ellis

NEW YORK -- The NBA announced today that Reggie Bullock of the Detroit Pistons and Monta Ellis of the Indiana Pacers have each been suspended without pay for five games for violating the terms of the NBA/NBPA Anti-Drug Program. Their suspensions will begin with the next NBA regular season game that they are eligible and physically able to play.

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