G - IND
Victor Oladipo played an excellent game scoring 25 points to go with eight rebounds, five assists, and five steals in the Pacers' game 4 loss to Miami. The loss eliminates the Pacers from the playoffs.
Oladipo looked like his old self in the game 4 defeat. This is a good sign moving forward, but will not help him this season as the Pacers have been eliminated from the playoffs. Hopefully Oladipo can return to being a top offensive option for the Pacers next season.
Victor Oladipo accumulated 20 points (8-21 FG, 3-10 3Pt, 1-2 FT), four rebounds, one assist and one steal across 34 minutes during Saturday's 124-115 Game 3 loss to the Heat.
Oladipo hoisted up more shot attempts than points scored in Saturday's loss. He is shooting 35 percent from the field this playoff series. Despite the mediocre shooting percentage, the 28-year-old has scored at least 20 points in back-to-back games. Oladipo will look to be more efficient from the floor in Monday's Game 4.
Victor Oladipo (eye) scored a team-high 22 points (5-14 FG, 4-11 3PT, 8-8 FT) with one rebound, four assists, two steals, and six turnovers in 36 minutes of action in a 109-100 Game 2 loss to the Heat.
After exiting Game 1 early from being poked in the eye, Oladipo was able to suit up for Game 2. He led the way for the Pacers, scoring 22 points, but also had a game-high six turnovers. Oladipo and the Pacers are now down 0-2 in the series, and will look to pickup their first win in Game 3 Saturday.
According to the Indiana Pacers' Twitter account, Victor Oladipo is available to play in Thursday's playoff game against the Heat.
Oladipo was questionable heading into Thursday after getting poked in the eye during the first half of Game 1 on Tuesday. It appears his eye has responded well enough for him to take the court, though there is no word on whether or not he will have a minutes limit. Edmond Sumner, who started the second half of Tuesday's game for Oladipo, will now head back to the bench.
Pacers' guard Victor Oladipo took part in the team's walk through and is considered a game-time decision for Thursday's Game 2 against the Heat.
According to head coach Nate McMillan, Oladipo is "feeling better", but the Pacers will wait until Thursday to make a final decision on his availability. Edmond Sumner and Justin Holiday are candidates for some extra playing time if Oladipo sits.