James W. Nelson

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first_imgThere will be no public services, and burial will be at a later date in Florida. Memorial donations can be directed to the family, in care of the funeral home, to assist with expenses.  To sign the online guestbook, or to leave a personal condolence, please visit www.cookrosenberger.com.  Cook Rosenberger Funeral Home and its staff are honored to care for the family of James W. Nelson. James W. Nelson, of Sunman was born on June 13, 1957 in Greenville, North Carolina the son of James W., Sr. and Louise Ingram Nelson. He was a radiology technician. On February 4, 2016, at the age of 58, James passed away at VA Hospice in Cincinnati. Survivors include his mother, Louise Heflin of Florida; children, Chris (Courtney) Nelson, and Kim Jordan; granddaughter, Crystal Jordan, and fiancé, Kelly Pierson. He was preceded in death by his father, and wife, Sandra K. Nelson.last_img read more


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first_imgINDIANAPOLIS — Roy Hibbert and the Indiana Pacers rediscovered their winning formula.Hibbert scored eight of his 18 points during a game-changing run at the start of the second half, and Indiana’s struggling offense got back in sync with a 103-82 rout over the New York Knicks on Jan. 29.“I was just trying to execute and just play with a lot of energy,” Hibbert said.After losing eight of their previous nine, a stretch in which the Pacers (17-31) lacked offensive rhythm, they methodically fought back from an early double-digit deficit. And thanks largely to Hibbert, poured it on in the second half for their most lopsided home win of the season.Hibbert finished 9 of 11 from the field with 10 rebounds. Rodney Stuckey led Indiana with 22 points, and David West had 10 points, six rebounds and six assists. The Pacers also had a 50-26 scoring edge in the paint — numbers that resembled the ones they posted during two consecutive postseason runs to the Eastern Conference finals.But, of course, the dreadful Knicks (9-38) helped them out.Carmelo Anthony finished with 18 points after scoring 12 in the first nine minutes. Only two of his teammates reached double figures: Lou Amundson with 17 and Tim Hardaway Jr. with 11.On paper, it was an even uglier. New York made just 14 of 42 shots in the second half, was outscored 35-12 in the decisive third quarter, finished with 33 second-half points and fell behind Philadelphia for the worst record in the East.“Indiana, as the game went on, they started to play better and do the things that they do well,” coach Derek Fisher said. “We didn’t have enough to keep up with that.”It sure didn’t look like it would go this way when Anthony’s early scoring flurry gave the Knicks a 27-16 lead.But the Pacers rallied with Anthony went on the bench. They turned the game with a 10-2 run midway through the second quarter, capping it with Hibbert’s 10-foot hook shot for a 44-39 lead.Hibbert then opened the second half propelling the Pacers to a 10-2 spurt, giving the Pacers a 64-51 lead with 9:35 left. New York never recovered, and the Pacers never backed off, pushing the lead to as much as 34 before coasting at the end.“We wanted to establish David and Roy inside and those guys were able to get going,” coach Frank Vogel said. “We knocked down some 3-point shots, particularly in that third quarter, but a lot of them were set up from Roy and David getting going inside”(MICHAEL MAROT, AP Sports Writer)TweetPinShare0 Shareslast_img read more