Price per Head Sportsbooks: Vogel wants to rest key Pacers players

Frank VogelOn Tuesday, coach Frank Vogel said that the Indiana Pacers did not give the Eastern Conference’s No. 1 seed to the Miami Heat, but right now the team’s biggest priority is playing better basketball, and price per head sportsbooks can see that he has a point.

On Tuesday, coach Frank Vogel said that the Indiana Pacers did not give the Eastern Conference’s No. 1 seed to the Miami Heat, but right now the team’s biggest priority is playing better basketball, and price per head sportsbooks can see that he has a point.

Pay per head servives saw that since they beat the Heat on March 26, taking a three-game lead in the chase for the East’s top seed, Indiana lost four of five to drop one game – two in the loss column – behind Miami.

“We’re two games back [in the loss column] right now,” Vogel said, according to The Indianapolis Star. “Obviously it was a goal, it is a goal of ours, but at this point, playing well is our top priority. Part of that is being fresh going into the playoffs.

“We feel good if we have the No. 2 seed, and we still feel we can attain the goals we have.”

On Tuesday, Vogel gave the day off to all five Pacers starters. He said that he would pick his spots over the last four games to rest his vital players for the playoffs, and price per head sportsbooks know how important this is.

“I think rest and healing up is part of the solution,” Vogel said, according to the newspaper.

“It’s not the whole solution, but it’s part of it.”

According to The Star, both David West and Paul George – both of them players who are very well known with pay per head services – came to the coach in recent days to ask for rest before the postseason gets underway.

Vogel also said that he talked to center Roy Hibbert since he was benched for the last 30 minutes of their 107-88 defeat to the Atlanta Hawks at home on Sunday, and price per head sportsbooks could see how disappointed many fans were after the loss.

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