Found February 24, 2012 on
Former Indiana Pacers star Mel Daniels was among five individuals directly elected today to the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame in Springfield, Mass.
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Two years ago, hardly anyone outside of the Fresno, Calif., area was familiar the name Paul George. Now, the second-year Pacers guard will be attending NBA All-Star Weekend as a participant in 2012 Sprite Slam Dunk contest. George, who's averaging 12.1 points and 5.6 rebounds for fifth-seeded Indiana, will join teammate Roy Hibbert in Orlando for the NBA All-Star Game festivities...
Second year Indiana Pacers swingman Paul George just finished with 23 points in the BBVA Rising Stars Challenge on All-Star Friday, second only to MVP Kyrie Irving. The 10th pick of the 2010 draft, George has risen from raw talent to to one of the most promising young players in the NBA. Having grown 2 inches to 6'10" during the offseason, George also worked on his game...
A year after getting snubbed from the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame, former Indiana Pacers sharp shooter Reggie Miller headlines the finalists for the Hall of Fame, according to Fox Sports.
Don Nelson, Bernard King and Maurice Cheeks also highlight the 12 finalists for this year's class. Miller and Cheeks were the only two finalists in attendance for the press conference...
The Pacers are willing to take on more salary through trade or free agency.