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Marcin Gortat had 23 points and eight rebounds, Steve Nash added 12 points and tied his season high with 17 assists, and the Phoenix Suns beat the Indiana Pacers 113-111 on Friday night.
Grant Hill scored 22 points for the Suns.
Danny Granger had 28 points and Roy Hibbert finished with 19 points and seven rebounds for the Pacers, who played their second game in a series of three games in three days.
Channing Frye hit a 3-pointer with 28 seconds left to give the Suns a 109-103 lead and the Pacers were never able to recover.
Pacers coach Frank Vogel was ejected from the game with less than two minutes left after picking up his second technical.
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INDIANAPOLIS (AP) -- Marcin Gortat had 23 points and eight rebounds, Steve Nash added 12 points and tied his season high with 17 assists, and the Phoenix Suns beat the Indiana Pacers 113-111 on Friday night.
Grant Hill scored 22 points for the Suns.
Danny Granger had 28 points and Roy Hibbert finished with 19 points and seven rebounds for the Pacers, who played their second game...
Ever since his time at Boston College, Jared Dudley has been known for being a little bit... different. The outgoing forward posts occasional videos he titles "JMZ" to his Twitter account (@JaredDudley619), and after a down-to-the-wire victory over the Pacers on Friday, Dudley posted his latest edition from inside the Phoenix Suns team bus. Check out Dudley's antics...
The Phoenix Suns are struggling in the midst of a heavy stretch of road games while trying to stay in playoff contention.
The Suns will try to get their first win on this four-game trip against Eastern Conference opponents when they visit the Indiana Pacers on Friday night.
Phoenix climbed back into the postseason race by winning 11 of 14, but it opened this trek with losses on...
Pacers come up short against the Suns, lose 113-111 - Pacers Center28 points from Danny Granger. 19 points for Roy Hibbert. Usually that is a recipe for success for the Indiana Pacers. Not tonight though. Steve Nash’s 12 points and ungodly 17 assists, along with 23 points from Marcin Gortat and 22 points from Grant Hill led to an Indiana Pacers loss to the Phoenix Suns [...]Pacers...
Steve Nash matched a season high in assists during the Phoenix Suns' last game, leading his team to a much-needed win.
The scuffling Cleveland Cavaliers may want to take a lesson from the Suns' eight-time All-Star.
Phoenix looks to carry that momentum into the finale of a four-game road trip Sunday against Cleveland, loser of five of six.
After opening this trek with back...
It wasn’t pretty, but the Pacers squeak out a win over the Wizards 85-83 - Pacers CenterThe Pacers were down as many as 22 points. Against the Washington Wizards. The 11-34 Washington Wizards. With 19 points and 9 rebounds from former Georgetown Hoya Roy Hibbert, the Indiana Pacers were able to rally and defeat the Wizards 85-83 in Washington D.C. Call it not giving up. More than...
Sad news. Jeff Foster has announced his retirement from the Indiana Pacers after being unable to get over the back issues that have been plaguing him all season (and the last couple of seasons). At 35 it's a little young, but when you're done you're done, and it's good he was getting out before it got a lot worseIt's unfortunate, as when he did play, Foster was...
David West grabbed three offensive rebounds in the final 70 seconds, Darren Collison made a key steal of an inbounds pass, and Paul George's 3-pointer with 1:01 to play gave the Indiana Pacers their first lead of the game, completing a 22-point comeback Thursday night for an 85-83 win over the Washington Wizards.
The Pacers effectively kept the ball away from the Wizards in...
WASHINGTON, March 22—There is no way that the Pacers should have won this game. Coming out of the gate Washington was all over them. They were so all over them that they were up by 20 at the half.
Then came a meltdown that signifies many of the Wizard’s woes.
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Pacers sign Kyrylo Fesenko for remainder of the year - Pacers CenterSam Amick (sam_amick) on Twitter via kwout Sam Amick of Sports Illustrated is reporting that the Indiana Pacers, who are in need of a backup center with the retirement of Jeff Foster are signing Ukraine import Kyrylo Fesenko, formerly of the Utah Jazz. Fesenko has sat out this season so far after not being resigned...
The Indiana Pacers have signed Kyrylo Fesenko to a contract.
Wizards vs Pacers, March 22, 2012 – Verizon Center
It might be the better conditioned team, and not necessarily the most talented one, that prevails when the Indiana Pacers and Milwaukee Bucks meet for the first time this season.
With each club concluding a stretch of three games in three nights, the surging Bucks look to avoid a third consecutive loss to the Pacers on Saturday night at the Bradley Center.
One night after its season...
Say goodbye to the Fesenko dream, I suppose.